Workshop on the future of Atlantic bluefin tuna: fisheries, management and the market

June 20, 2021

AuthorSara Pipernos
Program Associate International Fisheries ✉

In early February, over 300 participants gathered to attended a webinar, co-hosted by WWF and The Pew Charitable Trusts, to discuss the future of Atlantic bluefin tuna management. A variety of sessions were offered on 4 different topics, including science, markets, IUU, and harvest strategies. If you were unable to attend, read the report below for a detailed summary.

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