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IUU Fishing - Feature Stories
|Fighting for Global Sustainable Fisheries|
Sept 17, 2013: Pacific countries work together to promote sustainable fisheries and address illegal fishing in the Coral Triangle - a global epicenter of marine biodiversity. Read more...
|Seafood Trade To Go Electronic|
July 8, 2013: Trade programs for seafood will be going electronic - simplifying trade and helping to ensure only legally caught product enters the U.S. market. Read more...
|Strengthening U.S.-Russia Cooperation on Fisheries|
Apr 29, 2013: NOAA and the Federal Agency for Fisheries of the Russian Federation sign Statement on Enhanced Fisheries Cooperation. Read more...
|International Guidelines Target IUU Fishing|
Mar 22, 2013: The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations adopts guidelines aimed at combating illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing. Read more...
|U.S. and EU Tackle Illegal Fishing|
Feb 12, 2013: The European Union and United States share a common vision for sustainable fisheries. Both governments are committed to continuing their joint effort to end IUU fishing. Read more...
|A Global Perspective on Tackling Illegal Fishing |
Feb 11, 2013: NOAA's Office of Law Enforcement works internationally to protect fishermen from IUU fishing that threatens their income and sustainability of their shared fishery resources. Read more...
|NOAA Identifies Nations for IUU Fishing |
Jan 11, 2013: To ensure the U.S. fishing industry isn’t undermined by unsustainable, illegal activities, NOAA submitted a report identifying 10 nations whose fishing vessels engaged in IUU fishing. Read more...
|Working Together to End IUU Fishing |
Nov 2, 2012: Illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing threatens the sustainability of our ocean ecosystems and fisheries. Combating IUU fishing is one of NOAA Fisheries’ top priorities. Read more...