The Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) controls the world’s largest sustainable tuna purse-seine fishery. PNA countries provide around 50% of the global supply of skipjack tuna, the most commonly canned tuna.
The PNA members are: Federated States of Micronesia, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Tuvalu.
- PNA buys unique fisheries information management tool, TunaPacific, February 2020
- Marshall Islands pushes for better tuna data, TunaPacific, February 2020
- Micronesian leaders unite in bid to end IUU fishing by 2023, Tuna Pacific, March 2019
- FFA Director-General makes first official visit to RMI, including on IUU fishing and aerial surveillance, TunaPacific, February 2019
- Marshall Islands and Thailand agree to share information to prevent IUU fishing, Tuna Pacific, February 2019
- Marshall Islands and Thailand sign MOU to collaborate on fishing, TunaPacific, February 2019
- Palau to continue to combat illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, TunaPacific, January 2019
- FSM taps into technology for full tuna transparency, TunaPacific, December 2018
- PNA to work with FFA to combat illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing in the region, TunaPacific, December 2018
- Micronesia and Marshall Islands lead the way in fisheries sustainability, TunaPacific, December 2018
- Ending illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing a high priority for FFA and PNA members, TunaPacific, December 2018
- Transparency for tuna, TunaPacific, October 2018
- Major fisheries meeting opens in Majuro, TunaPacific, September 2018
- PNA focuses on organisational strengthening, reviewing fishery initiatives, PNA, April 2017
- PNA bid for more control on longline fishing, TunaPacific, December 2016
Transhipment vessel in Rabaul: compliance includes monitoring, control and surveillance. Photo credit: Francisco Blaha.