Observations, opinions, and research on the responsible seafood movement from Alliance Staff and members of our Global Hub community.

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Work Begins on the Alliance Social and Environmental Integration Network


The hazardous nature of seafood work, lack of transparency, and constant pressure for lower prices result in significant risks for seafood workers and companies. These issues also threaten social and ...


What COVID-19 is teaching us about the needs of the sustainable seafood movement: Reflections of fresh-on-the-job Executive Director, Mariah Boyle

To say that this is an interesting time to start a new job would be an understatement. I stepped into the Executive Director role ...

In the Midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic, 20 Sustainable Seafood Organizations Encourage Consumers to Buy Seafood and Support the Industry

As the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to emerge around the world, 20 organizations from the Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions stand by ...

Conservation Alliance Welcomes Executive Director to Lead on New Strategy

Today, the Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions, a global community of sustainable seafood NGOs, is thrilled to welcome Mariah Boyle to the team as ...

New Year, New Role for the Alliance

For many, a new year represents an opportunity to make some changes. We reflect on where we have been in order to see where ...

Reflections on the 2019 SeaWeb Seafood Summit

Amy Breckon, Project Director at the Alliance, attended the 2019 SeaWeb Seafood Summit in Bangkok, Thailand last week. Below, she reflects on her time ...

Alliance Members ASC and Fair Trade USA Join Forces to Drive Improvements in Indonesian Aquaculture

Alliance members Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) and Fair Trade USA have joined together to implement an ambitious new project funded by the Walton Family ...