Articles posted during the month of March 2021

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GSA to ‘Seaspiracy’ Documentary: Join Us On Our Responsible-Seafood Journey

Global Seafood Alliance (GSA) is committed to continually raising the bar on social accountability through the adoption of standards and certification demonstrating best practices in aquaculture and fisheries as well as through its pre-competitive education and advocacy work. In light of the documentary “Seaspiracy,” released on Netflix on March 24, GSA invites director Ali Tabrizi 

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As Animal-Welfare Advocates Spotlight Fish, GSA Reemphasizes its Longtime Commitment to Animal Health and Welfare

The Global Seafood Alliance (GSA) is calling on animal-welfare advocates to engage in the nonprofit organization’s animal-welfare journey by participating in the Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) standards review process as well as its pre-competitive education and advocacy work on animal welfare. As animal-welfare advocates increasingly spotlight fish and seafood in their campaign work, GSA is 

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GSA Takes on Technology in Session 1 of GOAL Virtual Events

The Global Seafood Alliance’s GOAL: The Responsible Seafood Conference will begin online on April 15, featuring a roster of entrepreneurs invested in the future of aquaculture. Session 1, “Tomorrow’s Aquaculture Will Be Shaped by Today’s Emerging Technologies,” will feature an interview with Tony Fadell. Fadell is an active investor and entrepreneur whose 30-year-plus career includes 

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Updated BAP Farm Standard Includes New Requirements on Antimicrobials, Social Accountability, Wildlife Protection

Issue 3.0 of the Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) Farm Standard has been released to the public, the Global Aquaculture Alliance announced on March 1. The renamed BAP Farm Standard replaces Issue 2.4 of the BAP Finfish and Crustacean Farm Standard and adds a number of new requirements under BAP’s four pillars of sustainability — food