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.
International Maritime Organization (#IMO) numbers for vessels help to discourage #illegal #fishing. See the growth… https://t.co/OpNrGtFjUy
SALT is headed the #Philippines next year to dive further into the challenges and successes of getting a traceabili… https://t.co/7xpj9JqNJp
Why would SALT attend a meeting about forest legality? Find out in the latest SALT Story Hub entry!… https://t.co/t4898ZTaZ7
Missed out on the SALT webinar? Fear not! View it here at your leisure: https://t.co/9r7iK8nFGC #TraceableTogether https://t.co/fNUAGJZbEn
A "one size fits all" approach isn't suitable for #sustainable #seafood. SALT hopes that #collaborative creativity… https://t.co/xHWp2TAWOA
Improve maritime safety and help prevent illegal fishing? Yes, please. The @IMOHQ's Cape Town Agreement is slated… https://t.co/1ak42NVLF0
Our data team developed an online vendor survey with powerful behind-the-scenes analytics to support transparency a… https://t.co/z1UhxLYEEo
International #collaboration like the pledges from @ourocean2019 are essential for tackling global issues like… https://t.co/uBguxIEStQ
"If policymakers can empower small-scale fishers and their communities to secure their fishing grounds and diverse… https://t.co/lZAVm6UC2V