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Using Seafood Supply Chain Data to Identify Human Rights Risks
Join SALT for a conversation with Judy Gearhart and Rainer Braun about key considerations when aiming to monitor human rights in seafood supply chains. Some key data elements of the seafood supply chain that, when combined with additional information and shared with labor rights specialists, may help identify the risk of human rights violations.Press enter to go to this resource, Using Seafood Supply Chain Data to Identify Human Rights Risks
ISSF Annual Conservation Measures & Commitments Compliance Report
As part of its commitment to transparency and accountability, ISSF engages a third-party auditor, MRAG Americas, to audit ISSF participating companies annually, assessing compliance with ISSF’s Conservation Measures and Commitments. MRAG developed categories of conformance that provide an explanation of conformance by individual measure. Individual compliance reports for each ISSF participating company appear here.Press enter to go to this resource, ISSF Annual Conservation Measures & Commitments Compliance Report
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Vessels in Other Sustainability Initiatives (VOSI)
VOSI list is a transparency tool for the public, including seafood companies, that want to find which tuna vessels have made public commitments and are Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)-certified tuna fishery, participating in a tuna Fishery Improvement Project (FIP), or both. The list is verified through a third-party audit process.Press enter to go to this resource, Vessels in Other Sustainability Initiatives (VOSI)
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Tuna Value Chain & eCDTS in Bitung, Sulawesi, of Indonesia
This study comprises cost-benefit analysis of tuna value chain in Bitung, Indonesia and evaluation of USAID assistance for development of eCDT technologies. The results show that the tuna value chain makes significant contribution to the local economy and the development of eCDT technologies has contributed towards better management of tuna resources.Press enter to go to this resource, Cost-Benefit Analysis of Tuna Value Chain & eCDTS in Bitung, Sulawesi, of Indonesia
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Tuna Value Chain in General Santos City, Mindanao, The Republic of Philippines
This study examines the impacts of tuna value chain by estimating net economic value addition and tax contribution per kilogram of tuna supply and the economic impact of adopting electronic catch documentation and traceability services. The results show positive impact in the local economy in terms of economic growth and tax revenue generation.Press enter to go to this resource, Cost-Benefit Analysis of Tuna Value Chain in General Santos City, Mindanao, The Republic of Philippines
Historically fisheries is a predominantly a male-dominated sector, however WATCH 2020 recognizes and highlights the value of women's contribute to fisheries. This document presents the initiatives and projects from around the world involving women working in fisheries and efforts to adapt policies, ultimately providing economic benefits, social protection and the improvement of fishers' wellbeing.Press enter to go to this resource, WATCH 2020
The Scale of Illicit Trade in Pacific Ocean Marine Resources
Illegal trade within the Pacific Ocean and of its marine resources constitute a number of economic, income, and tax revenue losses. Calculations are made using income and economic impacts of illicit trading of marine resources across the value within seafood chains.Press enter to go to this resource, The Scale of Illicit Trade in Pacific Ocean Marine Resources
Tracking the Dark Fleet
Documenting illegal fishing is incredibly challenging, especially when fishing is undertaken without transmitting their positions. This case study highlights the use of combined satellite technologies and big data analytics in order to shed light on IUU fishing activities of over 900 boats, collecting 200,000 tonnes of fish in North Korean waters.Press enter to go to this resource, Tracking the Dark Fleet
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New Principles for Creating Electronic Traceability Systems to Address People and Planet (webinar)
SALT invites you to watch the launch introduction to the Comprehensive Traceability Principles, created through a collaboration with over 30 experts to identify core principles to keep in mind when developing or improving a seafood traceability system. The Pathway to the Principles demonstrates step by step guidance as you initiate, design, and implement an electronic…Press enter to go to this resource, New Principles for Creating Electronic Traceability Systems to Address People and Planet (webinar)