Fisheries news archive
MSC certification of Echebastar purse-seine tuna fishery is impossible
Increasing catch levels of yellowfin tuna and the lack of any effective control of fishing effort ...
Eastern Pacific fisheries commission needs plans for Bluefin recovery and reduced fishing capacity
Guayaquil, Ecuador: Members of the fisheries commission for the eastern Pacific assembling in ...
Record breaking fines imposed on beneficiaries of illegal fishing
EU countries asked to follow suit after Spain takes action against fishing piracy
Encyclical adds moral arguments to act on climate change
WWF reacts to the message by Pope Francis
Cook Islands will achieve first MSC certification
Gland, Switzerland – WWF commends the Cook Islands South Pacific Albacore Longline Fishery, ...
G7 must support climate and the ocean while leading the way on sustainable development
Leaders attending an upcoming meeting of the world's most advanced economies need to take action to ...
How sustainable seafood can positively impact developing countries
Seafood is the most traded food commodity from developing countries, providing food security and ...
EU Nature Directives crucial to keep Europe’s nature alive
Today the European Commission released its new assessment of the EU State of Nature. Showing that ...
EU’s legislative simplification agenda fails to live up to an era of increasing environmental complexity
- Today’s Better Regulation Package from the European Commission was criticised by WWF for ...
WWF se opone a la certificación MSC de la pesquería de atún de cerco del grupo pesquero Echebastar
No hay control de la pesca, aumenta el número de barcos y el número de peces disminuye: WWF ...