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.
PNA members are: Federated States of Micronesia, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Tuvalu.
- Ensuring the sustainability of Pacific tuna: the Parties to the Nauru Agreement, WWF Pacific fact sheet
- How Tuna is Shaping Regional Diplomacy, chapter in The New Pacific Diplomacy, edited by Greg Fry and Sandra Tarte, published in 2015 by ANU Press, The Australian National University
- Improving tuna governance institutions by the Parties to the Nauru Agreement, Wageningen University & Research, 2016
- A New Approach to Maximize Economic Benefits from Tuna Resources – Development of the Concept, Report to the Forum Fisheries Agency, 2009
- Small Islands, Big Opportunities, Marine Stewardship Council story
- Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA): Interview with Maurice Brownjon [commercial advisor to PNA], IUCN, June 2015