Flying tuna disrupt a powerful fishing commission

Video | 2012-08-30

Greenpeace recently attended the 8th science committee meeting of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission, held on August 10 in Busan, South Korea. All the delegations from governments, industries and scientists gathered and discussed the tuna stock status to make recommendations to the tuna committee later this year. Our passionate activists were there to remind them that tuna stocks are declining due to overfishing and to express their hope they will make the right decision for the future of our oceans. More than 60% of the world's tuna are caught in the Western and Central Pacific oceans.

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