Foundation for tuna conservation

TUNACONS
Tuna Conservation
Group

Tuna Companies joined to achieve the Marine Stewardship Council Certification in TUNA Conservation through a Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP).

Our mission is to promote a Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP) for purse-seine tuna fisheries that perform through their vessels, that appropriately helps to build up a Certification Process under Marine Stewardship Council Standard (MSC).

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what we do

More details about FIP requirements..

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Companies

Members

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Purse Seiner Tuna Vessels
0
Aprox. Crew members Trained
0
EcoFADs Assambled
0 %
of the EPO school fish and FADs IATTC total catches
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GOOD PRACTICES ON BOARD
Crew members apply a Code of Conducts based in the Good Practices on board suggested by EU Mare and IATTC.
OBSERVERS FOR SMALL SCALE VESSELS
TUNACONS collaborate with data collection to IATTC cientific staff with this voluntary program of human observers on board.
“It is a significant business step after almost three years of implementing a FIP, that has helped us prepare for this complete evaluation to seek MSC certification,” explained Guillermo Morán, Managing Director of TUNACONS and Ex-Vice Minister of Fisheries.
Guillermo
Director

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    Area 77 (Pacific, Eastern Central)
    Area 81 (Pacific, Southwest)
    Area 87 (Pacific, Southeast)

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