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Chefs for the Blue wins 2018 Seafood Co-Lab competition
The seafood community turned out in force to choose a winner of the first annual Seafood Co-Lab, with more than 5,500 votes from 53 countries counted during a 4-week voting window. Voters chose between four finalists selected by judges from a pool of collaborative sustainability proposals.
The winning project, “Chefs for the Blue: Tokyo’s top chefs join scientists, journalists, and food culture experts to promote sustainable seafood in Japan,” networks Japanese chefs to the global sustainable seafood community to raise awareness about sustainable seafood in Japanese society.
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2018 Seafood Champion Awards Finalists Announced
At the 2018 Seafood Expo North America, SeaWeb announced the finalists for the 2018 Seafood Champion Awards finalists—17 individuals and organizations who exemplify the creativity and commitment to sustainability of seafood leaders around the world.
From an activist who rescued more than 3,000 trafficked fishing workers in Southeast Asia to a nonprofit manager testing blockchain traceability in Fiji’s tuna longline sector, and an international company that developed a fish-free salmon feed that really works, these innovators reflect a rapidly evolving seafood marketplace striving for even greater environmental, social, and economic sustainability. Read more >>
Join international seafood leaders at the Seafood Summit in Barcelona
Be at the forefront of seafood sustainability to define success and advance solutions that will be seen across all levels of the supply chain and in marketplaces around the world. Join international leaders and representatives from the seafood industry to collaborate, connect and create a global marketplace that is environmentally, socially and economically sustainable. Read more >>
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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
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
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 >>