We work with nonprofit organizations who share a common goal — to improve the sustainability of the seafood industry. Together, we’re making a difference to ensure a future with a healthy ocean.
Common VisionThe Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions connects leading conservation groups from the Americas, Europe and Japan that work throughout the supply chain; from fishermen and fish farmers to retailers and restaurants. We’ve collaborated with this group to establish a Common Vision — six steps companies can take to develop and implement sustainable seafood policies.
Learn more on solutionsforseafood.org
Fishery Improvement ProjectsThe Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions developed guidelines for Fishery Improvement Projects. Often simply called FIPs, these projects use the power of major seafood buyers to motivate improvements in a fishery. Businesses support FIPs in a variety of ways, such as providing financing or sourcing from fisheries that continue to improve. Seafood Watch recommendations indicate if a fishery is part of a FIP, but we don’t assess the FIP itself.
Learn more on fisheryprogress.org
Established in 2016 and composed of 13 organizations spanning North and South America, Asia, Europe and Oceania, the Global Seafood Ratings Alliance is a collaboration of seafood rating organizations focused on evaluating the environmental performance of seafood producers to ensure a healthy ocean. The long term goal of this alliance is to develop a global standard for seafood sustainability which accommodates the unique considerations for each region and/or culture.
Learn more on globalseafoodratings.org
The Seafood Certification & Ratings Collaboration brings together the Aquaculture Stewardship Council, Fair Trade USA, Marine Stewardship Council, Seafood Watch and Sustainable Fisheries Partnership. These seafood rating organizations are focused on ensuring a healthy ocean. Together we coordinate our tools to increase our impact so that more seafood producers move along a path toward environmental and social responsibility.
Learn more on certificationandratings.org