Featured: Climate: An Area of Opportunity Arrow Featured: 10 ocean activities to look out for at COP27 Arrow Featured: Ocean Panel Leaders Meet during UN General Assembly Arrow Featured: The Ocean Panel Launches its first-ever progress report, ‘Tracking Blue: From Ambition to Action for a Sustainable Ocean Economy’ Arrow Featured: United Kingdom Joins High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy Arrow Featured: Ocean Panel Launches Sustainable Tourism Report and Accompanying Expert Perspectives Arrow Featured: Joint Statement by Ocean Panel Leaders at the United Nations Ocean Conference Arrow

Illegal Seafood – New Japanese Law Means World’s Three Biggest Markets Say No

Dec 4, 2020
Source: EU IUU Fishing Coalition

Ocean Panel country member Japan passes a new law which will prevent IUU-sourced seafood from entering their market. The law aligns Japan with the European Union and the United States of America’s positions on IUU fishing, marking a pivotal moment as the world’s three largest seafood consumers all definitively bar products sourced by IUU fishing from their markets.

Read here Arrow
Close
back to top