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.
The @USAID Oceans & Fisheries Partnership have worked hard to advance #seafood #traceability. SALT was glad to atte… https://t.co/bAkBBJtmcQ
Has your country signed up yet to FAO's Port State Measures Agreement (PSMA)? If not, do the right thing by Nature… https://t.co/8VttkXktNj
New #HLPBluePaper proposes 3 actions in response to the global threat of #IUUfishing. If implemented, they will hel… https://t.co/SfRSzEijDB
It's easy to see how #IllegalFishing is harmful, but this article by Hakai dives in deeper to look at the actual da… https://t.co/97YxkogjZr
"Stakeholders must work together to ensure effective accountability for fishing fleets, oversight of supply chains,… https://t.co/OAE9ZrqQS3
Hungry for more SALT stories? How about Japanese #seafood? These takeaways from the 2019 #Tokyo Sustainable Seafood… https://t.co/k3elyOFJhW
Rachel Luru shares her inspirational story of balancing her critical roles as a #fisheries observer and mother. Som… https://t.co/Xz0L8pKECj
The quarterly SALT Shaker provides the perfect seasoning of information for any #seafood #traceability enthusiast.… https://t.co/MLLn4XyA21