The three key Pacific Islands fisheries organisations head into 2023 with competent, charismatic women at the helm.
Rhea Moss-Christian of the Republic of the Marshall Islands now heads the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission, replacing Feleti Teo of Tuvalu.
The Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC), also known as the Pacific Tuna Commission, manages the world’s largest and most lucrative tuna fishing grounds, producing up to 60% of the world's tuna, worth over US$3 billion annually.
Soon after her
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