Fisheries & Aquaculture

White capped Albatross, Kaikoura, New Zealand

Getting seabirds off the hook

The Hawaiian longline tuna fishery has managed to reduce seabird bycatch by 67% since 2001 by making alterations to their fishing gear and methods, a new scientific study shows.  A combination of new bait technologies and fishing techniques have dramatically reduced seabird bycatch.  More birdlife could be saved, however, if the rules were applied in a larger area and fishing effort reduced in certain seasons.   …  

03 Nov 2008 | News story

Desarrollo Sostenible de la Acuicultura Mediterránea

Sustainable Development of Mediterranean Aquaculture

Interactions between Aquaculture and the Environment …   | Spanish

28 Oct 2008 | Fact sheet

Sustainable Development of Mediterranean Aquaculture - Aquaculture site selection and site management

Sustainable Development of Mediterranean Aquaculture

Aquaculture site selection and site management …   | Spanish

28 Oct 2008 | Fact sheet

Ecosystem Approach for Mediterranean Aquaculture

Ecosystem Approach for Mediterranean Aquaculture

Two cases studies in Egypt and in Algeria …   | Spanish

28 Oct 2008 | Fact sheet

Sustainable Development of Mediterranean Aquaculture - Responsible Aquaculture Practices and Certification

Sustainable Development of Mediterranean Aquaculture

Responsible Aquaculture Practices and Certification …   | Spanish

20 Oct 2008 | Fact sheet

Marovo Lagoon Solomon Islands

Islands Journey at WCC

Islands Journey - In the mood for an Island Getaway? …  

03 Oct 2008 | News story

Plundering the Pacific

Plundering the Pacific

Globalization is not good news for Pacific Island fisheries and the people who depend on them, says Martin Tsamenyi. …  

29 May 2008 | News story

Bigeye tuna (thunnus obesus).

IUCN, NGOs, fishery managers and tuna industry groups plot way forward for sustainable tuna

The report from the Tuna Roundtable co-hosted by IUCN in Brussels in April 2008 calls for greater collaboration between different interest groups and industry players to move towards adoption of legally-binding measures to fish tuna sustainably, a common set of standard to assess industry performance and harmonised certification programmes for marine capture fisheries. …  

20 May 2008 | News story

Tuna troubles

Tuna is now one of the most important seafood products in global trade. But rising demand has left most tuna stocks either depleted or fully exploited. Sarah Halls talks to IUCN’s Eric Gilman, who explains the problem and what can be done to put the situation right. …  

13 May 2008 | Audio

A group activity during the training course

Xây dựng kỹ năng lập kế hoạch đánh bắt hải sản bền vững cho các chủ thể khu bảo tồn biển

Một khóa tập huấn về lập kế hoạch đánh bắt hải sản bền vững để hỗ trợ cho các chủ thể thuộc các khu bảo tồn biển (MPA) do IUCN Việt Nam đồng tài trợ đã được tổ chức vào giữa tháng 4/2008 tại Tp. Quy Nhơn, Tỉnh Bình Định. Đây là nơi có Khu bảo tồn Rừng Ngập mặn Cồn Chim và là nơi cư ngụ của nhiều cộng đồng ngư dân địa phương. …  

07 May 2008 | News story

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