Governance of the South Pacific tuna fishery
The South Pacific tuna fishery is the largest and most valuable tuna fishery worldwide. There are two major concerns with current governance of the fishery: the Pacific island countries are not deriving as much benefit from its exploitation as they could; and current management strategies will not ensure long-term sustainability of the resource. These concerns are addressed by highlighting key opportunities for sustainable economic development. These opportunities include regional cooperation...[Show more]
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