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.
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We couldn’t agree more – #traceability is the backbone of #seafood #sustainability! https://t.co/AiMFNXT26l
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“By implementing a #traceability solution that complies with the @TheGDST‘s standards, we found that the typical se… https://t.co/LlKv3F8JGT
Over 100 people have already registered for our free event with the @pewtrusts on “The Role of EU Markets in Securi… https://t.co/SSeciBXdxV
To inform the new design of our Seascape (https://t.co/LTpvjxvGwQ) we launched a short, four-question survey. Pleas… https://t.co/WaE0862FMS
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.
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.
To make #SIMP fully traceable, “…SIMP needs to be expanded to all species to require the catch documentation and… https://t.co/iHCc1lN7CF