Each year on World Oceans Day, Global Seafood Alliance (GSA) raises awareness about the importance of keeping our planet’s most valuable resource healthy. GSA’s unique connection with the ocean inspires us to do everything we can to continue to preserve it: through education and advocacy work, by providing third-party assurances through the Best Aquaculture Practices
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The Global Seafood Alliance has launched a consumer-facing digital marketing campaign to coincide with National Ocean Month and World Oceans Day in June. Using the theme “Sustained by Seafood,” the campaign celebrates the ocean, the resources it provides us with, and the 3,000-plus Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP)-certified producers all over the world. The campaign aims
A singular, interconnected ocean covers about 70 percent of Earth’s surface. It provides billions of us nourishment, and for those of us in the seafood industry, the livelihoods that our families and communities depend on. At the Global Seafood Alliance, our unique connection with the ocean serves as inspiration to dig deeper and do everything
Global Seafood Alliance (GSA) is celebrating United Nations World Oceans Month 2022, a reminder that the ocean connects us all and plays an essential role in our everyday lives. Our oceans feed billions of people and over 3 billion people depend on marine and coastal biodiversity for their livelihood. By 2050, the demand for animal
More than 30 leading restaurants and hotels in Hong Kong and Macau have created special menus highlighting responsibly sourced seafood in celebration of World Oceans Day to show their commitment toward eating responsible seafood. Starting June 6, restaurants participating in the week-long event will serve seafood from certified aquaculture operations and biologically sustainable fishing operations.
The Global Aquaculture Alliance wants you to celebrate World Oceans Day with responsible seafood. Choosing sustainably farmed seafood takes pressure off precious ocean resources. Let’s break it down: Throughout history, we’ve relied on the oceans to provide essential nutrients, including seafood. The growing demand for seafood (there will be 9.6 billion residents on Earth by
June 8th marks World Oceans Day, a global day of celebration and collaboration for a healthier ocean and a better future. At the Global Aquaculture Alliance, we define responsible aquaculture using four comprehensive pillars, and ocean health is rooted in the environmental segment. For years, the ocean has provided us with the essential nutrients we