New Brunswick hosts the Responsible Seafood Summit 2023

From today until Thursday, October 5, the Global Seafood Alliance is holding the 22nd edition of its Responsible Seafood Summit in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.

OSC’s cutting-edge AI-powered project: HydroAware

OSC launches $10.5 million HydroAware Project, expanding hydroelectric energy and conserving habitats through AI fish monitoring.

Norway may alter “traffic light” system and start taxing salmon lice

Norway government report recommends "comprehensive management system" for aquaculture, including taxing sealice and changing licencing rules.

“Choose Seafood with Standards” the GSA campaign to learn about BAP products

The Global Seafood Alliance (GSA) has announced the launch of its second campaign, "Choose Seafood with Standards".

Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary in California released

NOAA unveiled a from the Biden-Harris Administration: the establishment of the "Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary" in California.

EU to ban “greenwashing” and improve consumer information

Only sustainability labels based on approved certification schemes or established by public authorities will be allowed, under new EU rules.

Historic High Seas treaty ratified by almost 70 countries

The "High Seas" treaty, Marine Biodiversity of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ), comes into force 120 days after formal ratification.

Scottish Fishermen’s Federation blasts “naïve” fish stocks report

The SFF rejects "naïve" Oceana report saying UK fish stocks in "critical" situation: Scotland has "very well managed fisheries", says Chief Executive Elspeth Macdonald.

Half of UK’s key fish stocks “critical”, says Oceana report

The UK's cod stocks are critically low, while mackerel is overfished.

Marine heatwaves are here to stay, say scientists

Better monitoring is urgently needed to counteract the "new normal" of extreme ocean tempreatures, according to research published this week in the journal Nature.

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