Illegal Fishing and Supply Chain Transparency

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April 11, 2022

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Liz Selig - Deputy Director, Center for Ocean Solutions
Gerald Knecht - Director of Sustainability, North Atlantic Seafood, Inc
David Schorr - Senior Manager, Transparent Seas Project, WWF
Tom Pickerell - Executive Director, Global Tuna Alliance


A combination of technology, government action and enforcement, and marketplace initiatives are developing into a coherent and effective system to address IUU fishing. While more work needs to be done in all of these areas, coordinated supply chain traceability and transparency remains a weak link to impact IUU and other supply chain risk. Having a coherent, aligned collective strategy is essential to reducing supply chain risk and addressing illegal fishing. This session will identify opportunities and challenges to creating a better aligned system of impact through increased traceability, transparency and collaboration.

This presentation was a part of the Seafood2030 Virtual Sustainability Forum | Designing a Global Sustainable Seafood System, which took place from 1-2 Dec 2021.  For more information on Seafood2030 and/or to access additional program content, visit

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