Historic advances in international shark and ray conservation
Twenty-one species of shark and ray have received increased international protection
India gets its first MSC certified fishery
The certification of India’s first clam fishery in Kerala, southern India is only the third fishery ...
Nations agree to slash Eastern Pacific catch of bluefin tuna
Countries fishing the Eastern Pacific Ocean for bluefin tuna have largely accepted scientific ...
Mediterranean bluefin tuna stock improving but caution still needed, say scientists
WWF remains cautiously optimistic at the close of the ICCAT scientists’ meeting to assess the ...
WWF welcomes improved MSC fisheries standard
WWF has welcomed a revised and improved Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) sustainable ...
Solutions still in reach as world biodiversity suffers major decline
Global wildlife populations have declined by more than half in just 40 years as measured in WWF's ...
Tuna commission fails Pacific Bluefin test
WWF will urge a suspension of the Pacific Bluefin tuna fishery, if fishing nations fail to ...
Halve catches or lose Pacific bluefin tuna, WWF tells fishery managers
The long term sustainability of the Pacific Bluefin Tuna fishery can only be guaranteed by ...
WWF urges new measures as protected areas fail high seas wildlife
Action is being urged in advance of the upcoming OSPAR meeting in Cascais, Portugal
Countries tread water on Indian Ocean fisheries rules
After five days of deliberations, member states of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) ...