Finding Traceability in HonoluluA fish nerd visits the local auction house
Getting There from HereFuture of Fish examines industry-wide traceability and shows what it would mean for supply-chain businesses
Breakthrough AquacultureOur research report presents opportunities for driving ecologically sound and commercially viable farmed seafood
DiscoverySurfacing insights and opportunities for market-based solutions
Meet Our PodsAn innovative approach for creating collective impact
New England Groundfish ReportOur research looks at constraints facing New England groundfish fishermen and new opportunities for funders to engage
The Oyster OpportunityWatch co-design take place in New Orleans for a future full of oysters
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The Fisheye Lens
SeafoodSource hosted an engaging chat on Twitter focused on seafood traceability and origin labeling today. Editors James Wright, Michelle McNickle, and Sean Murphy led the #SfSchat.
Attendees included FishWise, ThisFish, Dustin Cranor from Oceana, Inga from Marel Fish, Steve Vilnit, and Dana Biscotti Myskowski from the forthcoming documentary film Fish & Men. Future of Fish's Marah Hardt and Alyssa Danigelis participated as well.
In case you missed the lively and informative chat, the Storified version is below.
Come explore innovative ecosystem service management opportunities and tools with us at the world’s premier conference on seafood sustainability.
On February 11, Future of Fish and F.L.O.W. Collaborative will host an interactive workshop at the SeaWeb Seafood Summit in New Orleans. Participants can explore ecosystem service valuation as a mechanism for financing sustainable fisheries.
Ecosystem service is a nascent field that enables businesses to incorporate natural capital into their bottom line. By accounting for what nature does, ecosystems services take corporate social responsibility to the next level.