2021 Starting off Strong with a Traceability Focus

As Executive Director of the Conservation Alliance and someone that has specialized in seafood traceability, I was encouraged to see several new traceability efforts being launched by members of the Alliance Global Hub community and the sustainable seafood movement in… See story

Reflecting and Projecting Part II: The Year Ahead

The times remain unprecedented as we seek to understand and control a pandemic and social injustices, with little respite offered so far in this new year. Nevertheless, we persist in our work to make seafood supply chains more sustainable and… See story

Upholding the Rights of Seafood Workers in COVID-19

Across the globe, people are affected by the pandemic in a myriad of different ways. We wanted to better understand the impacts on the people working in the seafood industry, so we hosted a two-part webinar with human rights experts and worker representatives from… See story

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 we need to be headed and then we make resolutions that help us get there. This… See story

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 at the Summit and how our collaborations can be strengthened to drive impact in the sustainable… See story