Navigating Pacific Fisheries analyses the legal and policy context for the conservation, management and exploitation of tuna fisheries in the Western and Central Pacific region. Each chapter analyses and explores a key legal or policy issue of the tuna fisheries with a particular focus on Pacific island interests. The book explores these matters in two parts: Part One focuses on the impacts of global legal and policy trends on the conservation and management of the Western and Central Pacific tuna fisheries; Part Two focuses on the impacts of regional legal and policy trends on the conservation and management of the Western and Central Pacific tuna fisheries.
The book is published under the Ocean Publications series, a regular publication of ANCORS and was funded by the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency.
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