Efforts are being made to ensure Pacific nations can cope with changing tuna migration patterns in the region.

Tuna migrations are already happening due to climate change and will become more pronounced over the next 30 to 40 years, bringing multi-million dollar impacts to Pacific economies.

The Pacific Community (SPC), through its Climate Science for Ensuring Pacific Tuna Access Programme, aims to arm nations with the resources to counter this.

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