IPNLF warning over high levels of dFADs

The use of dFADS is threatening the sustainability of tuna fisheries Photo: ISSF

The International Pole & Line Foundation (IPNLF) says that the number of drifting fish aggregating devices (dFADs) now permitted in the Indian Ocean is dangerously high, undermining the sustainability of tuna fisheries.

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