Comment la CPS teste une série de techniques de pêche nouvelles dans le Pacifique

(contenu disponible en français uniquement)   SPC is trialling and documenting fishing techniques (some for the first time) to enable Pacific fishers to diversify and strengthen their livelihoods.

Des experts de la pêche inspirent les jeunes du Pacifique à l'occasion de la Journée mondiale du thon

Fisheries experts give inspiration to Pacific youth on World Tuna Day The tuna that ‘feeds the world’ was acknowledged in a week of activities celebrating the Pacific Tuna which contributes a third of the world’s tuna supply. Kicking off on UN World Tuna…

Zoom sur les pêches : la graisse est un signe de bonne santé chez les thons

(contenu disponible en anglais uniquement) Do you know what a Fatmeter is? It is an electronic device to measure the amount of fat present. It has been used over the past 10 years by the SPC Fisheries scientist team to measure fat content in individual …

EU Marine Programme Launches New Website

The Pacific-European Union (EU) Marine Partnership (PEUMP) programme has launched its new website today. The website, which can be accessed here, contains extensive information on the programme’s activities in coastal fisheries, marine biodiversity,…

11 septembre 2020 - L'aventure de marquage du thon de Giulia se poursuit

(disponible en anglais uniquement) Now at the halfway point of the 2020 Pacific Tuna Tagging expedition, Giulia Anderson reports on their progress as they chase schools of tuna across the vast waters of Kiribati's EEZ and the Phoenix Islands Protected…

COVID Thrusts Local Marine Scientist Into High Seas Adventure

Napo'opo'o native, Giulia Anderson, is a young fisheries molecular geneticist who has suddenly found herself as an integral part of a 7-week research expedition to monitor the health of world’s largest tuna fishery, which

[Virtual] Training on Fisheries Management for Kiribati & Nauru

​This is a virtual training workshop with Fisheries officers from Kiribati and Nauru. The training is 2 hours every morning for 5 days. 
Displaying 1 - 7 of 7