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.
Check out this great article by @planet_tracker! #Seafood is #TraceableTogether https://t.co/zaV9gubIlP
When @USAID combats illegal fishing and corruption, we protect our oceans & the communities that depend on sustaina… https://t.co/XbqYj4zTRu
#DiveDeeper Resource Update📖🐟✨ 👉Fisheries Conflict #Website by @SecureFisheries This website shares case studies on… https://t.co/PB92o9sKt8
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#SeascapeMap Update 🗺🔍📍 Looking for a one-stop-shop for #smallscalefisheries resources and collaboration opportunit… https://t.co/imK97aENun
Peru has been increasingly improving #transparency of its fisheries to manage valuable resources. Here is a great e… https://t.co/4Eo083OFdf
Find collaborative partners near you and around the world on SALT's interactive map of seafood #traceability and… https://t.co/tA6YG3Zcdi
Here are just a few of our 2021 achievements at FishWise. We are grateful to you - our colleagues, our business par… https://t.co/GUIjDlp1EG
Before you leave for the end of the year celebrations, make sure to catch the latest news from us! Sign up for the… https://t.co/fhB5iDFmYZ
Porque es importante la Trazabilidad en la Pesca: "El mercado del calamar es uno solo. No importa de dónde venga o… https://t.co/XM0VsNdyPZ