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.
Implementing electronic #traceability technology can be intimidating. To make it easier, we’ve distilled key… https://t.co/XqcMZW2jkG
Political & socio-economic turbulence created by #COVID_19 can fuel illegal fishing activities 🎣, increasing pressu… https://t.co/hOoH9gP9Jy
"...this pandemic has presented great challenges, but it can also be a catalyst for incredible progress...The furth… https://t.co/KEgfERRFxr
Deciding what #technology to use for a #seafood #traceability system is only half the battle; adoption is another c… https://t.co/ZZzrkkLot8
Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing harms the oceans on a massive scale — and the products of this can end… https://t.co/xT0dEoLTAw
New @Deloitte study finds just 11% of canned #tuna marketers in the EU have internal policies to detect forced labo… https://t.co/3GOaSpRDLs
The idea for this study is the set-up of a list of minimum requirements for traceability with clearly defined: CTE… https://t.co/q81I70zVqU
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