SALT’s website showcases seafood traceability efforts around the globe to ignite collaboration
SALT promotes legal and sustainable fisheries by expanding electronic traceability to benefit our ocean economy, environment, and seafood laborers.
Forced labor linked to seafood supply in 55 countries
93% of marine fisheries are fished at or above sustainable levels, yet seafood consumption continues to rise.
Miss the latest SALT newsletter featuring #seafood #traceability resources from @FAO, @PackardFdn, @USAID Oceans, a… https://t.co/Ai5ixDncfV
"It’s time to end these harmful subsidies, some of which even support #IllegalFishing activities. Now, new case stu… https://t.co/dUh3dVLGEj
"Combining four satellite technologies, we identify widespread #IllegalFishing by dark fleets in the waters between… https://t.co/meiQPsLtWA
Wishing you could find #seafood #traceability information in one convenient place? Wish granted! Don't see your fav… https://t.co/uN7j3nOBWl
BREAKING: @GlobalFishWatch and @pewenvironment launch new public monitoring platform to bring transparency to carri… https://t.co/hddjXBTDBO
Russia's Digital Catch Journal (DCJ), "a software for reporting catch in real-time by a vessel’s captain wherever i… https://t.co/EMEAG5tqXm
The Centre for Marinelife Conservation and Community Development is using a small grant from SALT to hold learning… https://t.co/y59GbqJkRs
Complex seafood supply chains can conceal crimes like #HumanTrafficking. As we observe World Day against Traffickin… https://t.co/XWnikg1FnX
Is the fish on your dish linked to human trafficking? Today's World Day Against Trafficking in Persons and we invit… https://t.co/5SAB2u7Vv4