This report evaluates the status of electronic collection and reporting of fisheries product information globally. Electronic fisheries information systems (EFIS), which allow for verifiable data collection and the sharing and tracing of that data throughout the supply chain, are slowly developing across the globe in both developed and developing countries, and national and international fisheries.
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This report explores the elements of an effective EM program and unique considerations for fisheries that are managed by an RFMO. This is not a prescriptive recipe for creating an EM program, but a discussion of some of the important elements of an EM program and an overview of the potential design options.
This detailed summary focuses on the best practices that contribute to fishery improvement project (FIP) success, contemporary challenges facing FIPs, market incentives that motivate FIPs, how FIPs advance fisheries management, and improvements beyond solely environmental impacts. This is a detailed summary of the ‘Global Landscape Review of FIPs’, geared towards FIP implementers. Multiple languages available:…
Legit Fish provides patented cloud-based software solutions to trace seafood supply chains from vessel/farm to processor. It allows supply chain partners and consumers the ability to trace where their food came from with increased transparency and accuracy. Legit Fish develops sets of Key Data Elements (KDE) appropriate for each fishery and/or aquaculture ecosystem. Legit Fish…
The publication analyses the seafood supply chain with considerations on flag, coastal, port, processing and market States. It identifies general control elements (critical tracking events and corresponding key data elements) that form the basis for traceability monitoring and acquisition, and summarizes suitability for blockchain. It investigates considerations for legality, transparency, species fraud and food safety.
This report aims to increase understanding about the migration of workers from Myanmar and Cambodian to fishing and processing sectors in Thailand. The report highlights the profile of migrant workers in Thailand, recruitment procedures, migration routes from source countries to Thailand, and potential risks to forced labor and human trafficking.
This is the 3rd in the “Overcoming Barriers” series and outlines solutions to the challenge of interoperability and seamless data exchange across the supply chain.
SALT has distilled lessons from existing traceability pilots to provide potential solutions to overcoming the challenges a company might face when adopting eCDT. This is the 3rd in the “Overcoming Barriers” series and outlines solutions to the challenge of interoperability and seamless data exchange across the supply chain.