Initiatives

Japanese Fisheries

Few countries in the world are more important to the future of the global fisheries and the sustainability of global seafood supplies than Japan. Bottom line, sustainable fisheries will not be possible without Japan playing a constructive role.

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Russian Fisheries

An enormous player in the global seafood market, Russia is one of the world’s top ten producers of wild fish. It is also a vitally important region for the future of sustainable seafood.

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IUU

Illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing (IUU) is fishing which takes place in contradiction to laws and marine regulations. IUU depletes fish stocks and negatively impacts both ecosystems and economies, weakens coastal communities and puts legal fisheries at an unfair disadvantage. Currently, one in four fish is caught and traded illegally.

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Marketplace Connections

Our supply chain initiatives work to connect source fisheries with international and premium markets. Our goal is to build value for fisheries that are committed to fishery improvement. We help strengthen relationships among fisheries, seafood buyers, and other stakeholders in the global seafood marketplace. Recent efforts include the Salmon FIP Partnership and our international "Let's Talk Fish" series that convenes stakeholders from across seafood supply chains.

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