SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD NETWORK OF INDIA
Strengthen the Network for Sustainable Fisheries
MSC in IISS 2023
Meeting with Dr Ranjit & Gadre exports Managing Director Arjun Gadre
Dr Ranjit Interview with Reporter Undercover News
Shielding & Conserving Marine Ecosystems
Sustainable seafood network of India is a registered trust mandated to bring together people and organizations to pursue common goals that cannot be undertaken in individual capacities.
THIS NETWORK WILL BE SHARING INFORMATION RELATED TO SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD, COORDINATE RELATED ACTIVITIES AND TO JOIN FORCES FOR SUCH ACTIVITIES THAT REQUIRE JOINT EFFORTS.
Provide input to the development and implementation of projects supporting fisheries working to Sustainability.
Provide oversight and monitoring of fisheries working towards Sustainability.
Work in collaboration with different stakeholders, NGOs, Funding agencies.
INDIAN FISHERIES TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY
THE RAPID DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH OF THE SEAFOOD SECTOR IN INDIA OVER THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS IS ACCOMPANIED WITH CHALLENGES TO CONTINUED SUSTAINABILITY OF THIS GROWTH AMIDST CONCERNS ABOUT OVERFISHING, DEPLETED STOCKS, AND ILLEGAL UNREPORTED UNREGULATED FISHING IN THE WILD CATCH SECTOR.
Total Fish production in India (Million metric tonnes). Dept. of Fisheries, Govt. of India
Marine Fish Landings in India (Tonnes), Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute.
Growth of Fisheries Sector (NFDB)
MARINE STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL (MSC)
The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) is an international non-profit organisation that sets globally recognised, science-based standards for sustainable fishing and seafood traceability.
The MSC ecolabel and certification program recognises and rewards sustainable fishing practices and is helping create a more sustainable seafood market. It is the only wild-capture fisheries certification and ecolabelling program that meets best practice requirements set by both the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (UN FAO) and ISEAL Alliance, the global membership association for sustainability standards.