ICCAT bluefin tuna quota a cause for concern

Increases to catches of Atlantic bluefin tuna are "too rapid", says WWF. Photo: Wild Wonders of Europe/Zankl/WWF

The International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas’ (ICCAT) decision to approve 20% annual increases in catches over three years of Atlantic bluefin tuna has come under fire from conservationists.

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