Pacific Currents: Jan-Feb 2013



Posted on 09 July 2013  | 
Pacific Currents: Jan-Feb 2013
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Fiji’s albacore tuna long-line fisheries is the first in the world to receive a Marine Stewardship Council Certification, a cause for celebration for both the Fiji Tuna Boat Owners Association that see doors opening into exclusive European markets and sustainable fisheries advocates alike.

Better off with gills than lungs, Bubbas love for the deep blue keeps growing, and fuels a career advocating for healthy fisheries around the globe. Fisheries in the Pacific support millions of lives so Bubba plays a crucial role to ensure this important source never runs dry.

Also in this issue, turtle conservation efforts the Fiji Dau Ni Vonu way is reaping benefits with a rebounding of turtle nests on spectacular Katawaqa Island, a turtle nesting sanctuary in the South Seas.
Pacific Currents: Jan-Feb 2013
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