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Thank you, Wally Stevens!

"As we say goodbye to Wally and wish him well as he sails off into retirement, we do so with full hearts and a ton of gratitude."

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BAP Program Grew 8.6 Percent in 2021, Certified Facilities Retention Rate at Five-Year High

The Best Aquaculture Practices third-party certification grew 8.6 percent last year, ending 2021 with 3,169 BAP-certified facilities.

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Investing in Seafood with Larsen Mettler of S2G Ventures

Enjoy this conversation with Larsen Mettler from S2G Ventures about making key investments in the seafood industry!

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Feature article: Eat the whole fish: A discussion of culture, economics and food waste solutions

The Big Fish Series explored the logistical and cultural challenges in front of greater whole-fish consumption and how much seafood is being wasted.

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GOAL: The Responsible Seafood Conference

GOAL 2021 is a series of virtual events open to all GSA individual and corporate members and GSA strategic partners as well as BAP and BSP producers and endorsers.

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Contribute to our work and align with our values by becoming a member. Available at individual and corporate levels, GSA Membership is an impactful contribution that helps to ensure a more sustainable and responsible seafood supply chain.

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Our work aligns with the UN SDGs
Ocean food production could produce 6 times more food than it presently does if it it's managed better and sustainably
Source: High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy
Global fish production is estimated at 179 million metric tons, worth more than $400 billion annually employing nearly 60 million people
Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Our Vision

A world that embraces the role of responsible seafood in meeting global nutrition needs.

Our Mission

The Global Seafood Alliance (GSA) is an international nongovernmental organization dedicated to advancing responsible seafood practices through education, advocacy and third-party assurances.

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Global aquaculture accounts for just 0.49 percent of anthropogenic greenhouse gases, similar in magnitude to emissions from sheep production
Source: MacLeod, et. al.

Our mission in action

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Get the full perspective of our work in 2020 as the Global Aquaculture Alliance by reading our Annual Report.

Educate

We educate through educational content: Our events, magazine and podcast are tailored for international seafood professionals but are accessible to a wider audience.

Demonstrate

Our industry-leading certification programs are backed by third-party assurances.

The global human population is expected to reach 9.9 billion people by the year 2050
Source: Population Reference Bureau; World Population Data Sheet