This study evaluated the degree to which the public has sufficient information to assess whether regulated at-sea transshipment is traceable, verifiable, and legal, and identified three primary areas for improving traceability and transparency of transshipment at sea in the WCPO.
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The Supply Chain Risk Tool (SCRT) project aims to provide companies accessible and actionable data about their IUU risks down to the vessel level. This phase 1 report presented the feedback from seafood companies, NGOs, consultants, national authorities, intergovernmental organizations, and academics to address the issue effectively.
#TraceabilityTip of the day🐟🐟🐟 ▶️ Identify and clarify the value of electronic #Traceability to various stakeholder… https://t.co/cyMgebpNnA
China Blue, founded in 2015, is the very first China-based NGO committed in promoting sustainable fishery and aquaculture, as well as safeguarding China’s coastal and marine ecosystems. Our approaches involve inter-disciplinary research, multi-stakeholder engagement, and down-to-earth practices with scientific information and tools. With a diverse range of talents, we have built a strong foundation in
Source Certain (SC) is an Australian science technology company with leading capabilities in provenance, analytical and forensic science services. SC provenance science services are delivered via our proprietary verification solution known as TSW Trace®. SC technology (TSW Trace) is a physical test of the product where we analyse the relationship between a product and its
This report assesses the level of information that Bangladesh’s national authorities publish on government websites regarding the country’s marine fisheries sector against the transparency requirements of the FiTI Standard. The summary document is also available in Bangla: https://www.fiti.global/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/FiTI_BDG_TaSo_SummaryReport_BAN_20220330.pdf
This report assesses the level of information that Peru’s national authorities publish on government websites regarding the country’s marine fisheries sector against the transparency requirements of the FiTI Standard. This report is also available in Spanish: https://www.fiti.global/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/FiTI_PER_TaSo_DetailedAssessmentReport_ES_20220427.pdf
#TraceabilityTip Identify whether the #Traceability program will: ▶️ Meet the needs of different stakeholder group… https://t.co/pjM53sjbfB
Check out the latest SALT community feature📢📢📢 In his Q&A, @Vericatch‘s CEO discussed why seafood #traceability is… https://t.co/5ApN2wIrfQ