Taking Stock: Coral Triangle Fisheries Blog | WWF

Taking Stock: Coral Triangle Fisheries Blog is a section for first person entries by WWF staff working on a range of fisheries issues in the Coral Triangle.

From out in the field to the corridors of significant forums, these blog entries provide first-hand experiences and behind-the-scenes anecdotes that make up the challenging but rewarding world of sustainable fisheries management.

 
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© Jurgen Freund/WWF-Pacific

Posted on 09 August 2013 | 

Jingles exposes the tricks behind tuna trade and what needs to be done to promote higher quality ...

Posted on 09 August 2013 | 

With the seasonality of fishing amidst changing weather patterns and unpredictable seas, Jingles ...

Posted on 02 July 2013 | 

Our last tuna tagging activity happened to fall on a full moon last March. Normally, three days ...

Posted on 17 May 2013 | 

A week ago, the world’s CO2 concentration in the atmosphere just breached the 400 parts per million ...

Posted on 13 May 2013 | 

When we launched the tuna tracking map story in time for the World Tuna Day last May 2, we got a ...

Posted on 10 May 2013 | 

Tuna fishing boats may look simple, but their operations are governed by clear rules about how ...

Posted on 18 March 2013 | 

Just minutes after sundown, the generator was started to produce enough juice to light up six large ...

Posted on 12 March 2013 | 

Joining fishers on a handline boat for several days is far from what it’s like on board a cruise ...

Posted on 20 February 2013 | 

Tuna fishing using handline is often branded as sustainable. But is it really? In Mindoro, this ...

Posted on 10 December 2012 | 

Upon learning that one of the tuna pop-up tags had been found, my immediate reaction was one of ...

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