6:00-9:00am PDT | 2:00-5:00pm BST The use of drifting FADs is coming under increasing scrutiny for its high levels of bycatch of endangered, threatened and protected marine species, its potentially harmful impacts on tuna stocks, and its contribution to ocean pollution and the associated threats to fragile marine habitats. Join our panel of 14 leading…
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10:00-11:00am EDT | 3pm BST | 4pm CEST Blockchain has the potential to solve many of the challenges facing the seafood industry. Immutable tracking enables transparency from hook to fork and addresses concerns around food fraud, food waste, illegal practices and consumer trust. Blockchain increases visibility and empowers collaboration throughout global supply chains, increasing transparency…
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.
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12:00-1:00pm ET In recent years, investigations by NGOs and journalists have brought to light the urgent need to ensure human rights are protected in fisheries. In response, FisheryProgress has spent the past two years developing its Human Rights and Social Responsibility Policy for Fishery Improvement Projects (FIPs) reporting on the website, due to be released…
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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.