Greenpeace is calling on retailers to switch to sources of pole and line skipjack tuna caught and processed (where possible) by coastal state operators, as the most sustainable and equitable option for canned tuna.
Greenpeace has launched guidelines and an on-line pre-order petition at the European Tuna Conference in Brussels calling on retailers, restaurants and tuna traders to pre-order and shift their supplies to sustainable and equitable skipjack tuna.
Greenpeace has today announced that over 70 million tins of sustainable, pole-and-line-caught Pacific skipjack tuna have been pre-ordered as part of an online campaign to promote the development of sustainable and equitable pole-and-line skipjack...
Retailers' guide to Sustainable and Equitable Pole and Line Skipjack. April 2009.
Family members sell skip jack tuna at the Honiara market, Solomon Islands. Over fishing of tuna threatens the food security and economy of the Solomon Islands.
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