ICCAT decided to maintain catch limits on Atlantic bigeye tuna, despite scientific evidence the stock is overfished.
A paper claiming that a large portion of American-caught pollack, salmon, and crab are caught illegally was finally retracted after a year-long dispute by NOAA, industry, and outside scientists.
A new report by the World Resources Institute calls for an increase in fish production as an integral part of sustainably feeding 10 billion people by 2050.
Dr. Kimberly Warner, a senior scientist at Oceana, responds to previous criticism of Oceana’s Seafood Fraud campaign.
WWF’s Living Planet report has great potential to be a valuable policy tool going forward. We hope it leads to widespread terrestrial protections and progressive development policies that enable people to live dignified lives alongside nature. We wish it had a better press release and covered the ocean in a different way.