Turtle conservation in Fiji
On March 3rd, Fiji joined the rest of the world in celebrating World Wildlife Day.
WWF-Pacific joins the global community in celebrating World Wildlife Day
There is a great need for strengthened awareness that the Pacific’s rich wildlife diversity is ...
Tuna workshop aims at strengthening better fisheries management
The Western and Central Pacific Ocean provides around 60% of the global tuna consumption. ...
Experts Responsible for World’s Largest Tuna Fisheries Come Together to Work Towards More Sustainable Management
Fishery managers from Western and Central Pacific Ocean states which collectively produce over half ...
WWF-Pacific announces launch of ‘Living with Change: Resilient Mangroves, Fisheries & People of Fiji and PNG’ Project
WWF Pacific recently convened a stakeholder meeting in Suva to introduce a new project that will ...
Fiji receives recertification for Albacore and Yellowfin long line tuna fishery
Fiji’s Albacore and Yellowfin long line fishery re-certification to the Marine Stewardship Council ...
PM launches Fiji International Year of the Reef 2018
The Fiji International Year of the Reef (IYOR) was launched by Fiji’s Prime Minister Voreqe ...
New Blockchain Project has Potential to Revolutionise Seafood Industry
Environmental organisation WWF and its partners have introduced revolutionary blockchain technology ...
Set Size for Kabatia within Tavua Fishery
The district of Tavua has formally endorsed setting a 20cm size limit on Kabatia (Thumbprint ...