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.
- Training in small-scale tuna canning starts in Palau, TunaPacific, September 2019
- Palau Senate wants to delay starting date of national marine sanctuary to 2025 to help country recover from drop in tourism income, TunaPacific, February 2019
- Pacific tuna fishery on track to return US$1 billion in a year, Radio New Zealand, February 2019
- PNA targets management of longline tuna fleets, Radio New Zealand, January 2019
- Micronesia to review tuna-fishing concessions to encourage business investment, Marianas Variety, January 2019
- PNA member states to look at ways to protect EEZs in face of rising sea levels, TunaPacific, December 2018
- PNA theme: Cooperation, adding value to fishery, PNA, April 2017
- PNA’s focus: Strengthen management, add value to fishery for island members, PNA, January 2017
- Innovative small-scale tuna canning coming to PNG, TunaPacific, December 2016