Ned Daly

Contributing Editor

Ned Daly is a sustainability strategist with Diversified Communications. He has worked on sustainable markets in a variety of resources for 25 years. Ned worked in seafood for the last decade with SeaWeb, Previously he was director of RugMark International (now GoodWeave), a certification program for child-labor-free rugs coming from Southeast Asia. He also served as chief operating officer for the Forest Stewardship Council in the United States, managing relationships with industry leaders and a diversity of key stakeholders including conservation nongovernment organizations, policymakers and industry trade associations. Ned has also worked on sustainable markets in the agricultural sector and the relationship between resource extraction and ecosystem health. He lives in Alfred, Maine.

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January 24, 2023

Over the last 20 years, fisheries consultant Miguel Angel Jorge has been working at the cross-section of fisheries management, sustainable development, and innovative finance with small fishing communities and institutions like the World Bank, the National Geographic Society, and WWF. As the seafood industry looks to engage more supply from small-scale and artisanal fishers, SeafoodSource asked Angel Jorge to explain three models that could be

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January 13, 2023

Ned Daly is a sustainability strategist with Diversified Communications and a founder and leader of the Seafood2030 projectv.

Over the last two years, Seafood2030 and BounceBeyond have worked with seafood stakeholders to gain a better understanding of the “sustainable seafood system,” or the collective impact of those working on sustainable seafood. 

The work to date has been a scoping exercise looking at how efficiently and

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November 25, 2022

The seafood sector has seen an explosion of innovation development over the last 20 years to address some of the industry’s biggest environmental and labor challenges. Certification, fishery improvement projects, benchmarking, audits and assessments, ratings, supply chain and traceability tools, and pre-competitive collaborations are all innovations developed to help seafood become more sustainable and more competitive in global protein

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November 24, 2022

The seafood sector has seen an explosion of innovation development over the last 20 years to address some of the industry’s biggest environmental and labor challenges. Certification, fishery improvement projects, benchmarking, audits and assessments, ratings, supply chain and traceability tools, and pre-competitive collaborations are all innovations developed to help seafood become more sustainable and more competitive in global protein

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November 23, 2022

The seafood sector has seen an explosion of innovation development over the last 20 years to address some of the industry’s biggest environmental and labor challenges. Certification, fishery improvement projects, benchmarking, audits and assessments, ratings, supply chain and traceability tools, and pre-competitive collaborations are all innovations developed to help seafood become more sustainable and more competitive in global protein

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November 23, 2022

The seafood sector has seen an explosion of innovation development over the last 20 years to address some of the industry’s biggest environmental and labor challenges. Certification, fishery improvement projects, benchmarking, audits and assessments, ratings, supply chain and traceability tools, and pre-competitive collaborations are all innovations developed to help seafood become more sustainable and more competitive in global protein

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November 11, 2022

The Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions will host its 2022 Annual Conference virtually on 14 to 17 November, and the agenda reflects the growth of the organization and the broad set of sustainability issues facing companies today.

The agenda for the event is intended to drive discussion of the most critical issues at the intersection of environmental sustainability and social responsibility in seafood including small-scale

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November 1, 2022

The Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions has created a free, interactive tool connecting seafood experts and initiatives around the globe, called SeaHive.

The alliance co-designed SeaHive with support from Seafood 2030 and a diverse working group of 15 members of the Alliance Global Hub, representing different seafood stakeholder groups. Facilitating connections with individuals in the seafood industry to increase collaboration

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October 7, 2022

The Latin American Summit for Fisheries and Aquaculture Sustainability will take place 12 to 14 October in Puerto Varas, Chile. The summit is organized by the Mexican Council for the Promotion of Fishery and Aquaculture Products (COMEPESCA) and the National Fisheries Society of Chile (SONAPESCA), the country’s largest fishing guild.

This program for this year’s event will focus on the importance of sustainability, innovation, and

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September 21, 2022

The Smartfish Group, a hybrid social enterprise comprised of seafood trading company Comercializadora HealthyFish and SmartFish NGO, a nonprofit dedicated to improving the life quality of fisherman while taking care of ocean ecosystems, recently released a report reviewing the progress it has made in its mission since it was founded in 2015.

Smartfish offers Mexican fishing cooperatives an option to sell their products into better-paying market

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