Collaborate for Impact

Partnership and collaboration are vital.

This ensures that our efforts achieve consensus within the seafood industry and the wider conservation community, and broadens the audience for our work.

Some of our current collaborations include:

  • Sea Pact

    Sea Pact is a collaborative group of leading North American seafood companies dedicated to driving stewardship and continuous improvement of social, economic, and environmental responsibility throughout the global seafood supply chain. SFP serves as an advisor to Sea Pact, and provides guidance to its member companies on a regular basis on project funding and how best to utilize their collective resources to promote positive sustainability gains.
  • Global Sustainable Supply Chains for Marine Commodities Project (GMC)

    The GMC project is an interregional initiative implemented by the Ministries and Bureaus of Fisheries and Planning of Costa Rica, Ecuador, Indonesia, and the Philippines, to improve fisheries sustainability and increase global demand for sustainable seafood. The project is facilitated by SFP, has the technical support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and is funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF).
  • Certification and Ratings Collaboration (C&R)

    This collaboration brings together five global seafood certification and ratings programs to coordinate our efforts and increase our impact. Our co-members of C&R include the Aquaculture Stewardship Council, Fair Trade USA, the Marine Stewardship Council, and Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program. As part of C&R, we have developed the Sustainable Seafood Data Tool, which consolidates data from the five programs to provide NGOs and businesses a more comprehensive look at seafood sustainability.
  • Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions (CASS)

    The Alliance connects leading conservation groups from the Americas, Europe, and Japan. SFP has been a part of CASS since it was established and is a member of the Advisory Board. Together with our CASS partners, we created the Common Vision - six steps that companies can take to develop and implement sustainable seafood policies.
  • IFFO - The Marine Ingredients Organisation

    IFFO is an international trade organization that represents the marine ingredients industry, including fishmeal, fish oil, and other related industries. IFFO’s members reside in more than 50 countries, and account for over 55 percent of world production and 75 percent of the fishmeal and fish oil traded worldwide. SFP and IFFO jointly launched the Global Roundtable for Marine Ingredients in October 2021.

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