Our Programs

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

SeaWeb Seafood Summit

Register Now – Early Bird Rates End Feb 17, 2017!

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Seafood and Sustainable Protein Consumption

A Speaking of Seafood learning module

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Pre-Competitive Collaboration in Seafood

A Speaking of Seafood learning module

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Seafood Champion Awards

Finalists to be announced at Seafood Expo North America

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Seafood Champion Awards

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Thank you to the many ocean leaders who submitted nominations. Judging is now underway and finalists will be announced at Seafood Expo North America in Boston, Massachusetts, March 17-19, 2017. Learn more at www.seafoodchampions.org.

Seafood Summit

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Join international leaders and seafood professionals gathered to create a global marketplace that is environmentally, socially and economically sustainable. Early Bird rate ends February 15, 2017. Register now!

Science you can use

New on speakingofseafood.org: Greenhouse gas emissions associated with meat-free diets that include fish are remarkably similar to those from fully vegetarian diets—and both are substantially less than diets containing meat. Read more >>


From our partners

Keystone Dialogues

Video screen shotWhat happens when eight of the world’s largest seafood businesses collaborate pre-competitively for the future sustainability of ocean resources? Learn more about the Keystone Dialogues. Can these “keystone actors” make waves in the seafood industry? Watch the video >>

The skinny on FIPs: FisheryProgress.org

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The number of fishery improvement projects (FIPs) globally has grown dramatically, yet there has been no central place to find information about them and no common yardstick for measuring their progress. That changed recently with the launch of FisheryProgress.org, a one-stop shop for information on the progress of global fishery improvement projects. Read more >>

SeaPact steps outside its zone

Sea Pact logoWhy did Sea Pact, a coalition of North American seafood distributors, get together to support research at a small soft-shell clam fishery in Maine? “This project is unique,” says Rob Johnson, Managing Director. “It approaches improvements on an ecosystem level.”  Read more >>

SeaWeb is a Project of The Ocean Foundation, a unique community foundation with a mission to support, strengthen, and promote those organizations dedicated to reversing the trend of destruction of ocean environments around the world.