Put down the salmon and pick up a sardine (or two).
For the most nutritious and sustainable seafood option, try small ocean fish.
For the global tuna industry, which has historically struggled with illegal and environmentally dubious fishing practices, the use of blockchain could be a turning point.
Blockchain is now helping to bring much-needed transparency to the global tuna industry, which has been prone to corruption, human slavery and unsustainable fishing practices.
Canned tuna is an Australian pantry staple.
Australians love canned tuna. Here's our handy guide to finding the most sustainable options for you (and your cat).
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Blue Planet II reveals what fantastic predators they are.
Five food experts peer under the bread to plumb the histories of the country's unique sandwiches, from favorites like tuna fish to lesser-known fare like the woodcock.
Not all tuna are caught using sustainable methods.
Are consumers being duped into thinking they are supporting a sustainable fishery?
Tuna being lifted from a fishing boat.
Recently revised guidelines on mercury in seafood suggest cutting bait on some fish but making sure you eat other types. Then there are omega-3s to consider. Here are some tips to help you choose.
Good old Aussie barramundi, straight from a farm in Vietnam.
How do you choose local produce when buying fish, which is caught in vast oceans by a globalised industry? Answer: with great difficulty.
Did someone say Frosties?
It is one of the most controversial questions in nature. Now a group of British researchers have shed light on the answer.
Too many fish in our seas, like this Pacific bluefin tuna, are being lost to over-fishing – but better management can help.
Over-fishing is a massive environmental and economic challenge. Fortunately, there are new solutions being trialled – including in a tuna hotspot in the Pacific.
Monitoring fishing vessels could be a growth industry in the tiny Pacific island nations that govern the world’s largest tuna fishery.
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A tiny handful of Pacific island nations control more than 50% of the world's tuna fishery, and their efforts to monitor international fishing vessels are set to become a major source of jobs.
“Dolphin friendly” can be an empty promise: labels should tell us the entire impact of a tuna fishery.
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Seafood is increasingly marketed as the clean, healthy choice for consumers – full of good oils and proteins and low in fat – with canned tuna a favourite cheap source of healthy protein. But science provides…
Pacific bluefin tuna affected by radiation released at Fukushima following Japan’s 2011 nuclear disaster have allowed scientists…
At the moment, estimating tuna numbers - these are skipjack - is a kind of sophisticated guesswork.
Tuna are vital to the ecology and economy of the Pacific, and maintaining their stocks at a sustainable level exercises the minds of thousands of scientists, bureaucrats, fishers, consumers and conservationists…
Only 3-8% of the original number of Southern Bluefin Tuna still exist.
Note: Southern Bluefin Tuna is listed as Critically Endangered by the IUCN, but only as conservation dependent under Australian legislation. Southern Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus maccoyii) are majestic, temperate…
Southern bluefin tuna raised kilometers out to sea have been found to be healthier with better survival rates. The world’s…
Tuna fishers agree that too many tuna are caught. But there is no good system to decide who should catch less.
The world catches too many tuna. Thanks to our high levels of fishing, some tuna species are under threat. Everyone involved in the fishing industry agrees that fishing effort needs to be reduced. But…