WCPFC faces test as expiration date nears for Tropical Tuna Measure

November 29, 2021

AuthorSara Pipernos
Program Associate International Fisheries ✉

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WCPFC has the historic opportunity to adopt a harvest strategy for skipjack tuna this year.

What will be a crucial step? Strong & cooperative discussions about the skipjack harvest strategy at WCPFC's upcoming science-management dialogue group meeting.
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IATTC’s Commission meeting kicks off next week! There is an opportunity to adopt a harvest strategy for North Pacific albacore that includes a robust harvest control rule (HCR). A🧵(1/6) #tunafortomorrow

IATTC's Commission meeting begins next week - time to make history and adopt the first MSE-tested harvest strategy at #IATTC for North Pacific albacore! By doing so, we can maintain both a robust fishery and healthy population of this iconic species.

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