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.
We couldn't agree more - #traceability is the backbone of #seafood #sustainability! https://t.co/AiMFNXT26l
It's happening in two hours! https://t.co/WzQ8IXmtwX
"By implementing a #traceability solution that complies with the @TheGDST's standards, we found that the typical se… https://t.co/LlKv3F8JGT
Over 100 people have already registered for our free event with the @pewtrusts on "The Role of EU Markets in Securi… https://t.co/SSeciBXdxV
On April 20, 2021 join SALT @SALTtrace for a conversation with ARC/AU visiting scholar Judy Gearhart @Judy_Gearhart… https://t.co/Z8KsehG6FS
To inform the new design of our Seascape (https://t.co/LTpvjxvGwQ) we launched a short, four-question survey. Pleas… https://t.co/WaE0862FMS
To make #SIMP fully traceable, "...SIMP needs to be expanded to all species to require the catch documentation and… https://t.co/iHCc1lN7CF
❕Register before this Wednesday! Learn more about projects working to bring transparency to fisheries in Africa 🌍.… https://t.co/wQO150neXk
We extended our search to May 7 for a native #French speaker w/experience in #seafoodtraceability to review our tra… https://t.co/OZAlh9sSpS
Improving seafood traceability throughout the supply chain is listed as one local scale climate-smart actions in th… https://t.co/CRwfy22l8z