Category Archives: Cephalopods

75 Octopus Sector Report; Only small fraction of global octopus fisheries can be classified as sustainable, FIPs have important role to play – SFP

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NEW industry group in South America to work toward sustainable squid production; SFP lent logistical support

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WORLD’s squid fisheries “have a lot of room for sustainability improvement” – Sustainable Fisheries Partnership ‘Target 75 Initiative’ report

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NZ Minister of Fisheries decision to ensure that Southern Squid Trawl Fishery activity does not threaten overall population of sea lions

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SFP launches ‘Target 75’ initiative: Aiming to see 75% of world’s seafood produced in a sustainable manner, or demonstrating improvement toward sustainability by 2020

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SUSTAINABLE seafood procurement & CSR: “delivering our commitment still presents challenges” – Lidl CSR Manager; #SeafoodFutures

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“BAD news for haddock, but American lobster claws its way up the latest seafood ratings lists”- UK’s Marine Conservation Society updates its advices

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