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.
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.@EDFOceans #Philippines program is working to improve fisheries in this ocean-dependent country — by working along… https://t.co/OReLz5gtLE
Together we can create a more traceable tomorrow, but sometimes we get in our own way. How can we overcome some of… https://t.co/cbqX8PVeD4
Experience is the greatest teacher. Join us for a special SALT event where NGOs, government, and foundations speak… https://t.co/C4ioadxASp
Experience is the greatest teacher. Join us for a special SALT event where NGOs, government, and foundations speak… https://t.co/YaPEatavCw
Thank you @OceanOutcomes! "The #GDST 1.0 standards will help support O2 and the greater #sustainable #seafood mov… https://t.co/tCg08CIBL8
Are you ready to explore the latest innovations in tech like Electronic Monitoring, Satellite Remote Sensing, and S… https://t.co/MKRh4pR4B7
“We’re in a new age in fisheries management..." Fish and Ships is one of many initiatives to use technology to find… https://t.co/cqgi2XVrv0
#ICYMI congratulations are in order for GDST & Sea PACT on their joint efforts to improve seafood sustainability. https://t.co/D7hEtOU3Fv
A new study explores how some #fishers in the Northeastern United States adapted during the early months of the… https://t.co/DQS5D1avRT
Storytelling is how we share experiences with others. Learn from the SALT community and share your stories with us.… https://t.co/6h2xcUssS8