Government of Sri Lanka Voices Support For Tuna FIP
The Government of Sri Lanka today gave its public support to the tuna fisheries improvement project (FIP) currently underway in the island nation.
Improving fisheries makes ‘very clear business sense’
Undercurrent News article supports major buyer role in improving fisheries.
New report on whitefish shows big improvement in volumes of sustainable fish but many fisheries failing to improve
A new briefing, published today by SFP, shows that the world’s whitefish fisheries are on a positive improvement trend but the situation is highly polarized with a few sustainable fisheries producing a lot of fish while the majority are not well managed.
SFP Says: Don't Let Fish Fight Scare You Into Stopping Sourcing From Asian Fisheries
Responding to the broadcast of ‘Fish Fight’ on the United Kingdom’s Channel 4 television channel last night, Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) is urging all parts of the aquaculture supply chain to work together to achieve sustainable shrimp feed. The programme alerted viewers to the environmental damage associated with the fishmeal used for shrimp feed but there is a danger that such publicity will cause retailers and processors to shun these fisheries rather than working with them to achieve improvements.
SFP Welcomes MSC Certification Recommendation for Russian Pollock Fishery
SFP today welcomed the news that certifiers assessing the Russian Sea of Okhotsk pollock fishery have determined that the fishery should be certified under the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) standard.