Why you should support Bluefin Action
Photo by Gary Stokes/Oceanic Love
Worldwide about 90% of the stocks of large predatory fish stocks are already gone. In the real world this creates several serious problems.

~We are losing species as well as entire ecosystems. As a result, the overall ecological unity of our oceans are under stress and at risk of collapse.

~The oceans also produce up to 80% of the worlds oxygen. They can only do this effectively if they are healthy.

~If we do not protect these important species we risk destroying the oceans - and if they die, we die.

Hot News

  • Marine Conservation Group Director Riding a Bluefin. Really?!? Some people say fishing and hunting is saving the environment due to several reasons including as a wildlife control mechanism, and putting a ‘price’ on nature and therefore a value ...
    Posted 24 Nov 2015, 21:41 by Bluefin Action
  • The Sustainable Fishing Label Lie The Fish Site reports that a Chinese longline Fishery is receiving Marine Stewardship Council sustainable certification showing the lie the sustainable fish labelling system [1].Longlining fisheries are known for ...
    Posted 5 Nov 2015, 21:34 by Bluefin Action
  • Does putting a price on nature really help? Monetized Ecosystem Services The following article is to highlight a very good peer review article that talks about the monetization of ecosystems. For those who do not know the internal workings of how ...
    Posted 10 Oct 2015, 20:28 by Bluefin Action
  • What does that label really mean? Welcome to the murky world of sustainable fish labeling.  It is a tricky world of politics, money, compromise, and in-fighting, that over ride what the public think the labels ...
    Posted 15 May 2014, 23:03 by Bluefin Action
  • Bluefin Action to talk at MESA Q&A on sustainability Tonight Bluefin Action's Alice Wilkin will be part of an expert panel to answer the question 'are there plenty more fish in the sea?'Proceeds kick off at 6pm ...
    Posted 4 Mar 2014, 19:41 by Bluefin Action
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Bluefin Action Community Awareness Day

Please check out these photos from our Bluefin Action Community Awareness Day at St Kilda beach on November 5th. A great day, we spoke to hundreds of people most of whom were unaware of the critical plight of bluefin tuna.