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SeaWeb Seafood Summit

The world’s premier conference on seafood sustainability

Speaking of Seafood

Building business value for sustainability through communications

Seafood Champion Awards

Honoring leaders in environmentally and socially responsible seafood

Save the Date: SeaWeb Seafood Summit 2019, Bangkok, Thailand, 10 – 14 June

Seafood Co-Lab 2018 has a winner!

The 2018 prize goes to Chefs for the Blue, a collaboration of chefs, journalists, and NGOs working to raise sustainability awareness in Japan

2018 Seafood Champion Awards

Winners announced at the 2018 SeaWeb Seafood Summit! 

Seafood and Sustainable Protein Consumption

A Speaking of Seafood learning module

Pre-Competitive Collaboration in Seafood

A Speaking of Seafood learning module

Trust and Communications in Seafood

A Speaking of Seafood learning module


New from SeaWeb


A common voice in support of responsible aquaculture

mussel farm demonstration

We have asked some of our conservation partners to share, in their own words, why their organization supports responsible aquaculture. We hope the videos will be helpful to industry, coastal communities and other stakeholders who are interested in supporting responsibly managed aquaculture. Read more >>

2018 Seafood Champion Award winners revealed 

Guy Dean of Albion Farms and Fisheries, Pelagic Data Systems, Open Blue, and Labour Rights Promotion Network Foundation founder Patima Tungpuchayakul are the latest Seafood Champion Awards winners to be recognized for their outstanding contributions to the seafood sustainability movement. 

 Learn more >>

Thailand to host SeaWeb Seafood Summit in 2019

As things heat up in Barcelona, Spain for the 2018 SeaWeb Seafood Summit this week, the event’s organizers, Diversified Communications and SeaWeb, are looking ahead to next year when the conference will travel to Bangkok, Thailand, the partners announced on 18 June. Read more >>


From our partners


IPNLF and St. Helena Tuna: the one-by-one philosophy

From theory to practice: how the small island community of St Helena is championing sustainability to protect its historical one-by-one tuna fishery for future generations Watch video >>

Japan’s Seafood Champion makes case for sustainability in new book

Book cover: The Real Reason for Japan's Fishery Collapse

Japanese author Ayumu Katano, winner of the 2015 SeaWeb Seafood Champion Award for Advocacy, continues his campaign to inform Japanese decision makers and the public with the publication of “The Real Reason for Japan’s Fisheries Collapse” (Wedge Publications, 2016).. Read more >>

2017 Seafood Champion, Chef Ned Bell, publishes first book, Lure

cover of Lure, cookbook by Ned Bell

Ned Bell, executive chef for Ocean Wise, founder of Chefs for Oceans, and 2017 Seafood Champion winner for Advocacy, has published his first book. Lure is packed with great Pacific Ocean recipes and sustainability lessons. Order your copy today >>

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