Five Ways Climate Change Threatens the Future of Fish
Belize’s First FIP Brings a Fresh Approach
Project Crossroads: moving towards action with fishing caletas and open air vendors
Over the last year, Future of Fish has been working through a co-design process with four Chilean artisanal hake caletas, leading them through idea development, business modelling and most recently to the finalisation of business plans.
Celebrating Women in Fisheries
World Ocean Day was June 8, and we loved hearing about all the inspiring projects and activists working to improve the health of our oceans. This year’s focus was “gender and the ocean,” a topic very dear to our hearts.
Of course, work to protect marine environments and create thriving fisheries is a year-round job, so this week we’re continuing the appreciation for ocean advocates by giving props to some of our favorite women in fisheries.
Keeping track of the Fish+Tech space
The fish tech space is growing, and fast. It was just a few years back that industry folks and nonprofits alike were trying to get their heads around what end-to-end traceability might look like and which technologies might be used to facilitate it. Since then, we’ve seen technologies such as blockchain, electronic monitoring, and machine learning make a splash in the seafood and ocean conservation spaces. With the exploding number of companies and initiatives, it can be hard to keep up.
Sustainable Seafood Week Comes to the Emerald City August 2-8
FoF Traceability Technology Pod Responds to President's IUU Task Force
Twitter Chat Targets Seafood Traceability and Origin Labeling
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.
Mark Your Calendar: Seafood Summit Workshop
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.