Actions Taken by States and Regional Fisheries Management Organizations and Arrangements to Give Effect to Paragraphs 83 to 90 of General Assembly Resolution 61/105 of 8 December 2006 on Sustainable Fisheries
This report follows the UN General Assembly resolution 61/105, in which the General Assembly requested States and RFMOs and other fisheries bodies to ...
Corruption and Industrial Fishing in Africa
Africas marine resources are increasingly in demand and are gaining in geopolitical importance. Competition between key fishing nations for access and ...
2007-2008 Another two years of wide spread IUU fishing in the Mediterranean
The authors claim this briefing provides more evidence of the failure of ICCAT Contracting Parties to save bluefin tuna from collapse. This paper is t ...
Environmental Crime - a Threat to our Future
The authors set out how organised environmental crime poses a growing threat, yet remains a low priority for the enforcement community. This report sh ...
Lifting the Lid on Italy's Bluefin Tuna Fishery
This WWF-commissioned report documents what the authors refer to as Italys widespread disregard of fisheries management rules for Mediterranean bluefi ...
Italian Driftnets: Illegal Fishing Continues
Subtitled 'Results of the Oceana 2007 Campaign' this report has been produced in collaboration with Italian organisation Marevivo, on the co ...
Illegal Fishing in Arctic waters
The Arctic Ocean is home to some of the most outstanding marine ecosystems and most productive fisheries in the world. The Barents Sea cod fishery and ...
Race for the Last Bluefin: Capacity of the Purse Seine Fleet Targeting Bluefin Tuna in the Mediterranean
WWF states that the Atlantic bluefin tuna (BFT) fishery has been exposed to rampant overfishing inside the entire ICCAT Convention Zone, namely the At ...
Seafood Supply Chain Management: Methods to Prevent Illegally-Caught Product Entry into the Marketplace
This paper analyses approaches to supply chain management in the global seafood market, and uses this analysis to make recommendations for better mana ...
Addressing Corruption in Pacific Island Fisheries
This paper examines fisheries corruption in the Pacific Islands in three specific areas: licensing, access negotiations and monitoring and enforcement ...
When Bad Gets Worse: Corruption and Fisheries
This paper explore corruption at different stages of fisheries management, illustrated with case studies, and proposes several suggestions on how to m ...
Trading Tails: Linkages Between Russian Salmon Fisheries and East Asian Markets
This report claims that East Asian countries are importing between 50 and 90% more Russian Sockeye salmon than Russia is reporting as caught. Possible ...
Pirate Booty: How ICCAT is Failing to Curb IUU Fishing
This report exposes what the authors perceive as the weakness of current regulations governing tuna fisheries and the widespread occurrence of IUU fis ...
Enmeshed: Australia and Southeast Asias Fisheries
Southeast Asias oceans are fast running out of fish, putting the livelihoods of up to 100 million people at risk, leading to more illegal incurs ...
The Plunder of BlueFin Tuna in the Mediterranean & East Atlantic During 2006-2007
This report follows on from a similar one covering the period 2003-04. The author ex ...
Behind the Faade: A Decade of Inaction on Non-Target Species in Southern Bluefin Tuna Fisheries
This report exposes what the authors describe as ten years of inaction by the members of the Commission for the Conservation of Southern B ...
WWF Mid-Term Review of the EU Common Fisheries Policy
The report examines progress of the reformed Common Fisheries Policy half way through its mandate (20022012). It shows that the majority of Euro ...
Pirate Fish on Your Plate
This report exposes the link between consumers in the UK and illegal or pirate fishing vessels operating off West Africa that are decimati ...
Illegal Driftnetting in the Mediterranean
This report reveals that the tourists taste for swordfish is wiping out the species and damaging the marine environment. Swordfish is a quintes ...
Contribution to the Hearing on Bluefin Tuna: Fisheries Committee of the EU Parliament
This paper focuses on the work carried out by the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior in the waters South of Malta during summer 2007. The document expose ...
European Trawlers are Destroying the Oceans
This report examines the practices of the European Union fishing fleet, which is made up of almost 100,000 vessels, fishing in EU waters and internati ...
Witnessing the Plunder 2006
This report focuses on exposing the high levels of illegal fishing in waters of Guinea and explains how fish finds its way to the port of Las Palmas. ...
The Netherlands: a pirate fishers paradise
In 2006 thousands of tonnes of illegally caught cod was landed in the Netherlands. Research by Greenpeace between January and June, 2006, has shown th ...
The Mismanagement of the Bluefin Tuna Fishery in the Mediterranean
It is Greenpeaces view that the the lack of controls in the Mediterranean region means that bluefin tuna are facing very serious conservation pr ...
The Use of Driftnets by the Moroccan fleet
As part of its 2006 campaign, Oceana travelled for three months on board Oceana Ranger research vessel in order to document and report the most signif ...
The Plunder of Bluefin Tuna in the Mediterranean and East Atlantic in 2004 and 2005: Uncovering the Real Story
WWF has been monitoring the rise of tuna farming activities in the Mediterranean since their beginning, particularly addressing how the rapid expansio ...
Party to the Plunder: Illegal Fishing in Guinea and its Links to the EU
Illegal fishing by foreign trawlers in Guineas coastal zone is widespread and increasing, despite the attention that has been focussed on illega ...
Las Palmas: Port of Convenience and Gateway to Europe
This is a briefing paper about an investigation by EJF of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, the Spanish port that the organisation claims serves as a ...
Whaling Commission meeting opens in a swirl of corruption claims
Revealed: Japan’s bribes on whaling
Japan accused of offering bribes in whale wars
Illegal fishing crackdown not working
"Pirate fishing" takes root off West African coast
Pair trawling and the dangers to Sierra Leone’s marine resources
Donsol Mayor appeals to PGMA in stopping illegal trawling
Foreign policy: saving the sushi menu
Sea Shepherd announces Mediterranean campaign for the bluefin tuna
Oceana: Fish catches could be 80% higher if EU managed stocks sustainably, scientist find
Fishing probe - minister canned
A treaty on ice
We're killing the oceans. Is it too late to save the seas that sustain us?
ICCAT fails to protect critically endangered tuna—again
Mediterranean bluefin catches continue to mock quotas and science
Bluefin tuna on edge of extinction, environmentalists warn
Illicit ‘looting’ of Mediterranean bluefin tuna is worth £2.7bn
Political infighting threatens survival of the bluefin tuna
Illegal fishing evades U.N. crackdown: study
Somalia: Livelihoods - and lives - at risk in Puntland
The murky waters of EU fisheries
Oceana ask Nations to stop overfishing tunas and sharks
Time to get serious for tuna nations
Greenpeace activists attacked during protest against EU fishing vessel
Policy transparency key to saving world's fisheries
Oceana obtains evidence proving bluefin tuna is being caught illegally in Italy and Turkey
Pirate fishing causing eco disaster and killing communities, says report
World tuna stocks: falling, falling, falling
It's not too late to save the tuna - The U.S. should step forward to stop exploitation of the seas
Study: Illegal fishing harming present and future New England groundfish fisheries
Film warns of 'world without fish'
These are not the mariners of old but pirates who make bureaucrats blanch
Nearly 60% of Maltas shark species threatened with extinction
The suicidal tendencies of the Turkish tuna fishery
Poachers bribing border guard staff
The EU responsible for the collapse of bluefin tuna
Overfishing to wipe out bluefin tuna: WWF
World's major fishing nations failing on sustainability: Scientists grade 53 major fishing nations on how they comply with UN's voluntary code of conduct
Illegal fishing must be tamed
The two piracies in Somalia: why the world ignores the other
Another fisheries commission throws the science overboard
Environmental crimes - A walk on the wild side
ICCAT tuna quota reductions not enough: environmentalists
Bluefin tuna - magnificent fish too valuable to save
'Euro bullying over fishing quotas means end for Atlantic bluefin tuna'
Higher quotas will push Atlantic tuna closer to collapse, campaigners warn
Europe sits on damning bluefin tuna report
Gone fishing: The European Commission is accused of withholding embarrassing data
Town officials accused of illegal fishing
Overfishing threatens European bluefin tuna
Sharks in trouble after nations fail to create sustainable management programs
Managed to death: If nothing is done soon, the bluefin tuna will disappear from the Mediterranean
Closure call for tuna 'disgrace'
Italy in flagrant flouting of tuna rules
Mexican "fishing mafia" tagged for three illegal catches
Alarm over trawling on Kenyan waters
Thousands of sharks caught by European fleets are not reported to fisheries management organisations says Oceana
Fishermen blame N-Delta militancy on fishery neglect
Fishermen accuse government of deceit
Big fish in a small pond
Overfishing pushes Baltic cod to brink of economic extinction
Rich countries once used gunboats to seize food. Now they use trade deals
Scottish MEP hits out at the practice of discarding fish at sea
Fishy is as fishy does
Oceana exposes galician connections between cocaine, illegal fishing and shark catches
Sidon fishermen cry foul over use of illegal fishing methods
West Africa: Overfishing linked to food crisis, migration
Orissa High Court seeks report on Olive turtles
Some local execs receive bribes from commercial fishers
Cagey business: Maltas tuna export figures don't add up
Navy detains Thai fishing boat
Japanese sushi rage threatens iconic Mediterranean tuna
UN envoy decries illegal fishing, waste dumping off Somalia
The fight to save our seas
The tragic tale of the last tuna
Spain admits underreporting 2007 bluefin catches by 35% - exceeding quota
Chance to save cod stocks being lost
EU cites flagrant abuse of bluefin tuna fisheries
Greenpeace publishes criteria for red-listed seafood
Study shows "worrying decline" in Med's shark species
New marine protected areas report card gives Canada a failing grade
Oceana appeals to Berlusconi's government to ban driftnets
Paul Watson: 'There's no rest on planetary duty'
Conservation groups hit at aerial help for tuna fishers
Greenpeace targets Korean DongWon tuna catcher
Cameroon: fishermen buying fish
Overfishing turning sea-beds into wastelands, warns food journalist
Greenpeace educates tuna industry on how to make more money
Greenpeace protests against Spanish tuna ship
Despite ban, twin trawlers fish freely
Tuna crisis: WWF urges immediate closure of Med fishery
Investigation ordered into Greenpeace claims of stolen Japanese whale meat
'Scientific' whale meat scandal exposed, Greenpeace claims
Iran triggers £4m rush for caviar
WWF calls for area closures to save bluefin tuna
Pirate vessels looting Mediterranean tuna
NGOs lodge concern over bluefin tuna pirate fishing
WWF accuses Malta of bluefin tuna piracy
Oceana continues campaign against illegal driftnets
Blasting audit report on Argentinas Fisheries Secretariat
How the world's oceans are running out of fish
Somalia: Much talk of pirates, little mention of environmental destruction
Greenpeace accuses Philippine ships [of] transfer[ing] tuna at high seas
Now the Kiwis get involved in fish plundering too
Caspian Basin: no way to halt sturgeon poaching
Greenpeace confiscates "wall of death" net in the Med
Greenpeace frees ocean life from Pacific longliner
Greenpeace clashes with Taiwan fishing boat
Greenpeace declares war on illegal tuna fishery
Tanzania: top government officials take blame on illegal fishing
Greenpeace stages tuna protest at Brussels show
Activists tackle tuna fishers in Pacific
Greenpeace activists paint stern of US fishing vessel
Who finances and who promotes the disappearance of bluefin tuna?
Greenpeace takes action to end overfishing of Pacific tuna
Illegal cod fishing in Arctic threatening fisheries: WWF
Still no arrests of illegal fishers
The turtle story
Tuna talks look to cut down on overfishing
Scientists hope aquaculture will save bluefin tuna
Bloated Mediterranean tuna fleet in race for the last bluefin
Turtle toll blame on govt: environmentalist wants mortality check
High seas drama - Pacific islands question need for Tuna Commission
Police help sought for turtle protection
The fishing crisis - is anybody listening?
Corruption in fishing industry rampant, study says
Fleet is operating sustainably say fishing leaders
Turf war hurting fisheries: report
Corruption in fisheries from bad to worse
A fifth of world's fish landings 'are illegal'
Until all the fish are gone
Europe's appetite for seafood propels illegal trade
Europe: looking for fishy partners
Europe takes Africa's fish, and boatloads of migrants follow
Live fish shipment busted in Palawan airport
Caviar: The black market in black gold
Greenpeace talks of tuna rip-off and proposes its own rescue plan
Fisheries Council falls short on shark limits, says coalition
Cod recovery plan goes adrift, says WWF
Sushi sales and shrinking stocks
Greenpeace day early in bid to bar ministers
The EU fishes for sustainable seas
Tuna Commission stalemate hurting Pacific, official warns
Can fish fish themselves? Only in one of the European Unions maddest schemes
Cod hits world record price
Distant nations block tuna conservation measures
Fishery law provides grounds for lawlessness
Greenpeace calls for retailer responsibility after tuna commission "fails" to protect
Commission accepts withering criticism of CFP
Oceana publishes damning shark report
EU fish policy: More holes than a trawlermans net
Auditors deliver damning criticism of EU fisheries regime
EU proposes increased cod quotas
Top commentator attacks EU fishing crime
Fishing quotas are an ecological catastrophe
Africa: And then there were no fish
Turning a blind eye to bigeye tuna, warns WWF/TRAFFIC
NGOs say current quotas put tuna stocks at risk
No cuts for Mediterranean tuna
Med sharks and rays threatened by extinction
Earth log: Charles Clovers weekly column takes an inside look at the environment
Illegally caught salmon from Russia shipped to United States
Russian salmon figures dont add up, says report
Greenpeace warns time and tuna are running out
Fishing ban needed to save Mediterranean bluefin tuna
Immediate ban needed to save bluefin tuna
Bluefin tuna overfishing still rampant
WWF: Tuna trade data mismatch in Spain
An eye-opening look at endangered sharks
Tuna fishing quota violators targeted in report
Japanese tuna scandal starts to bite
Greenpeace demands closure of bluefin tuna fishery
Last rites for a marine marvel?
WWF calls for moratorium on Mediterranean tuna
Tuna fishing fleets in the Pacific pose danger to wildlife at sea
WWF: Web of "fraud" in bluefin fishery
Report slams fish policy
Fishing quotas undermine EU Common Fisheries Policy
Greenpeace warns retailers over "stolen" tuna
EU admits to illegal tuna fishing
Bluefin tuna fishery closing may be too little too late
Russian PM tilts at corruption in fish industry
Russian PM takes on corruption in fish industry
Bings lieutenant tagged illegal fishing protector
New fishing rules coming
Illegal fishing: Nigeria loses $60m annually
Mayors bodyguards off the hook
Fishing frenzy drives tuna down by 40%
Ecuador frees activist, halts expulsion
Tuna ranching said to be involved with Mafia, illegal immigrant trafficking
Atlantic bluefin going way of northern cod
Flex muscles vs. illegal fishing, mayor urged
Traders launch legal action against Executive over black fish landings
Tupas, police to look into mayors grip on illegal fishing
Illegal "pirate" fish is ending up in Britain
Link between UK consumers and African pirate fishing, claims report
Indonesian waters open to poaching, looting
EU trawlers are poaching fish in SA waters
Illegal bluefin tuna fishing carries on
US accuses Europe of overfishing tuna in Atlantic
The great Mediterranean tuna massacre
Mediterranean countries fail again to protect bluefin tuna
EU fleet caught fishing illegally one day into bluefin tuna recovery plan
Illegal fishing – Slipping through the governance net
Oceana releases the footage of illegal fishing activities that the French driftnetters tried to avoid being taken
Oceana fishery research vessel attacked by fleet of French driftnetters
Greenpeace demands the immediate closure of the bluefin tuna fishery
Eliminating Illegal Driftnets from the Mediterranean