Atlantic bluefin tuna is being reviewed for endangered species listing in Canada.
At the same time, Canada has been advocating to catch more tuna.
We want Canada to set the quota based on the best available precautionary science at the 2014 ICCAT meeting.
Paul Greenberg | Journalist and Author
Tuna Are Something Bigger Than The Space They Occupy
From the period when non-profits began listing bluefin in their various ‘do not eat’ columns, global consumption of bluefin has only increased…
It [The Bluefin tuna] is the most perfect animal – The Ferrari of the sea
Scott Wallace | David Suzuki Foundation
Failing to act in a precautionary manner will continue to put bluefin tuna at risk.
Bluefin today are in the single-digit percentages of their former numbers
For the tuna, life would have been easier, perhaps even possible, if it were listed as endangered
Susanna Fuller | Ecology Action Centre
Western Bluefin are incredibly depleted in Canada, they are up for endangered species listing. They are at an all time historic low.