Who We Are
- Walton Family Foundation
- Packard Foundation
- Moore Foundation
- Center for Strategic International Studies (CSIS)
- Department of Labor in the International Labor Affairs Bureau
- Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF)
- Embassy of Japan
- Fisheries Transparency Initiative (FiTI)
- Francisco Blaha, Independent Expert
- Future of Fish
- Global Tuna Alliance
- Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)
- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
- Philippines Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources
- Richard Stavis, Independent Expert
- United States Department of State
- Virgil Group
- World Benchmarking Alliance (WBA)
- World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)
SALT Small Grant Recipients
The Centre for Marinelife Conservation and Community Development (MCD) is a marine conservation NGO working to support the most vulnerable coastal communities in Vietnam. MCD will be conducting learning events to capture knowledge and inform Vietnam’s national guidelines and roadmap towards traceability. Read more about the project here.
Future of Fish, an international NGO working to end overfishing is partnering with Helen Packer, a Ph.D. candidate at Dalhousie University studying responsible business practices in the seafood industry. Together they are creating a tool to measure the comprehensive return on investment (ROI) within electronic traceability systems, which includes social, ecological, and economic benefits. Read more about the project here.
Yayasan Masyarakat dan Perikanan Indonesia (MDPI) is a foundation focused on supporting sustainable seafood and conserving Indonesia’s fisheries, resources, and ecosystems. MDPI will conduct a collaboration and learning workshop on emerging traceability technologies in Indonesia’s tuna supply chain, with the goal of accelerating their use by industry and government. Read more about the project here.
The SALT community represents a broad range of organizations, industry, and government who are inspiring a system of best practices in seafood traceability globally. They choose their level of participation. One can connect to receive information from the SALT community, or share information with the SALT community. Individuals may also participate more in-depth as a guide (advisory committee), collaborator, and/or sponsor– we welcome all levels of engagement!