When: 2nd may, World Tuna Day
Where: Palacio Euskalduna (Bilbao)
Bermeo Tuna Forum is an international forum for debate, reflection and awareness-raising on the economic, social and environmental sustainability of the tuna industry.
The first edition of this forum will focus on the importance and necessity of establishing partnerships for the sustainable management of tuna and the localisation of Agenda 2030 for its long-term survival.
It will bring together different actors at local and global level, with the aim of sharing the challenges and the need for a transformation in the management of the supply chain of the world’s most important fishery resource.
The objectives of the forum are:
- Presentation of the International Declaration for Tuna Sustainability promoted by BTWC, with the aim of making it a reference tool within the framework of the Decade of Ocean Sciences for Sustainable Development 2021-2030.
- Consolidation of BTWC as a reference association in the localisation of the 2030 Agenda through the creation and coordination of the World Tuna Cities Alliance, composed of world reference cities in the sector.
3rd may, in Bermeo, the World Tuna Cities Alliance was signed at an institutional event. They will attend and be part of this partnership: Majuro (Islas Marshall), Concarneau (Frantzia), Manta (Ecuador), Victoria (Seychelles), Pago Pago (American Samoa), General Santos (Filipinas) y Bermeo (Bizkaia).