The strategic role of the Fisheries Development Institute (IFOP) is based on the ability to generate, develop and transfer useful knowledge, which allows our country and the national industry to position itself, competitively and sustainably, in the aquaculture and fishing sector, especially for his investigations of high public value. IFOP develops integral advice for decision making in Fisheries and Aquaculture and research projects on the status and evaluation of sustainable exploitation strategies, estimation of total allowable quotas of commercial interest resources, evaluation and monitoring of benthic resource management areas, hydrobiological health programs, environment and repopulation and crops, and an aquaculture and fishing knowledge node with emphasis on digital preservation, access and visibility of knowledge. Thanks to the work of IFOP, the State has the necessary information to manage and regulate the capture of resources, establish an integrated management of fisheries, deploy a management model and technical assistance, develop aquaculture and sustainable fishing, and safeguard the documentary scientific heritage.
IPNLF urges IOTC to take action on yellowfin tuna United Kingdom
IPNLF presses for a rebuilding plan for yellowfin tuna, the faster development of harvest strategies, a more equitable catch allocation process, stronger FAD management, and improved monitoring and data collection ahead of this year’s Annual Session of the IOTC in India.