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 latest community feature on the SALT website presents @GlobalFishWatch's groundbreaking study on using satellit… https://t.co/wOV5TC2s0C
The latest SALT newsletter features resources from @NOAA, @FAO, and more. Missed it? Browse issues past & present… https://t.co/yAxr69BwPC
The @NRDC offers insights on the risks of #HumanRights abuses in #seafood supply chains, and what steps can be take… https://t.co/Q6wLwXmKK2
Congratulations to the #SustainableSeafood community on overcoming a myriad of challenges to make significant strid… https://t.co/k8Owrrzx56
Consumers have many tools to make informed decisions when it comes to environmental sustainability, but making empo… https://t.co/4o3GEAdP1R
Working towards #seafood #traceability is a challenge, but our community means you don't have to tackle this work a… https://t.co/Al7lg9VU4s
The @PackardFdn & @WaltonFamilyFdn report "Strategy Behind Sustainable #Seafood Philanthropy" presents 5 key focus… https://t.co/uztmfKAVpv
2020 was a difficult year, but it wasn't without triumphs! Take a look at the latest SALT blog to learn what accomp… https://t.co/5SpNR3WvJF
“It is becoming increasingly clear that in order to achieve a just ocean, we must move beyond looking at just the o… https://t.co/5bibK325U2