Closing remarks by SPC's Deputy Director-General Paula Vivili at the 16th SPC's Heads of Fisheries Meeting

Bula Vinaka and bonjour!Esteemed Heads of Fisheries, distinguished delegates, partners, and observers, as we conclude the 16th SPC Heads of Fisheries Meeting, it is an honour for me to extend our heartfelt gratitude for your leadership, engagement, and…

Opening remarks by Archie Soliai, Representative of American Samoa and Chair of the 16th Heads of Fisheries

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Opening remarks by SPC's Director-General Stuart Minchin at the 16th SPC's Heads of Fisheries Meeting

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Unleashing the Power of Networks: Pacific's Journey in Mangrove Oyster Aquaculture

By Toky Rasoloarimanana   The International Tropical Rock Oyster Workshop took centre stage in Darwin, Australia last week. Hosted by Northern Territory Fisheries and The Pacific Community (SPC) Fisheries Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems FAME…

A young scientist's journey to preserving Pacific tuna

By Toky Rasoloarimanana and Annie Portal

Giving diamondback to the community: Nauru small boat fishers learn to target alternative species safely

Photo: The presence of diamondback squid in Nauru has been confirmed. Image: ©William Sokimi, SPC   This story has been compiled as part of the Pacific Community's Fisheries Newsletter #169

Fisheries in the Pacific Islands are getting a tech boost!

Fisheries in the Pacific Islands are getting a tech boost! To help ensure the tuna populations stay healthy, the Pacific region has been investing in technology and research for many years, and the Pacific Islands Countries and Territories (PICTs)…

Fisheries Newsletter #169

Photo: Pohnpei - Federated States of Micronesia. ©James Wichman, SPC   Complete publication for download here

Promoting responsible fisheries and aquaculture in the Pacific through information and awareness-raising tools: International Year of Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture 2022

Limited conservation efficacy of large-scale marine protected areas for Pacific skipjack and bigeye tunas

Large-scale, no-take marine protected areas (MPAs) have been established in several locations in the Pacific and expansion of such areas to reach 30% of the ocean area is actively promoted in some quarters. Justification for the establishment of large…
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