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MORE SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD FOR EVERYONE

Join GSSI Find out more and get in touch www.ourgssi.org secretariat@ourgssi.org @ourGSSI

GSSI IS A GLOBAL, PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP, WORKING TOWARDS MORE SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD FOR EVERYONE WHY GSSI MATTERS 13% OF THE GLOBAL POPULATION IS SUPPORTED BY THE SEAFOOD SECTOR We live on a finite planet, and as seafood production increases to meet rising global demand, so have concerns over the environmental, economic and social impact of production worldwide. 59.6 As the public-private partnership on seafood sustainability with 90 stakeholders industry-wide, GSSI aligns global efforts and resources to address these concerns. GSSI first tackled the confusion around seafood certification through its Global Benchmark Tool. GSSI is now also working with the Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative (SSCI) to develop a similar benchmark for social labor standards Through its strategic initiatives, GSSI champions the commitment of the seafood sector to deliver the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, including: 239 MILLION WORKERS DIRECTLY EMPLOYED IN CAPTURE FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE MILLION WORKERS DIRECTLY AND INDIRECTLY EMPLOYED IN THE SEAFOOD SECTOR Source: FAO SOFIA 2018 OVER 500% EXPECTED INCREASE IN WORLD SEAFOOD PRODUCTION BETWEEN 1961-2030 20kg MILLION TONS 250 WHAT GSSI DOES nG SSI provides a global, multi-stakeholder platform for collaboration and knowledge exchange to address sustainability challenges that have an environmental, economic and social impact. n GSSI operates the Global Benchmark Tool to provide confidence in certified seafood and promote improvement in certification schemes. n GSSI collaborates with the Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative (SSCI) to develop a seafood-specific social compliance benchmark. 171 200 201 MILLION TONS MILLION TONS 150 100 40.5 MILLION TONS 50 0 2030 2016 1961 1961 Source: FAO SOFIA 2018 2030 2016 2030 (expected) GSSI ALIGNS GLOBAL EFFORTS AND RESOURCES TO ADDRESS THE LATEST SEAFOOD SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGES.

A GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP: OVER 90 STAKEHOLDERS FROM 21 COUNTRIES AND 5 CONTINENTS l FUNDING PARTNERS 13 80 FUNDING PARTNERS Fish & Gourmet The Seafood & Gourmet Specialists l AFFILIATED PARTNERS Centro Desarrollo y Pesca Sustentable Ocean Outcomes AFFILIATED PARTNERS GSSI PROVIDES A GLOBAL, MULTI-STAKEHOLDER PLATFORM FOR COLLABORATION AND KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE TO ADDRESS SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGES THAT HAVE AN ENVIRONMENTAL, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACT.

THE GLOBAL BENCHMARK TOOL: CREATING GLOBAL ALIGNMENT IN SEAFOOD CERTIFICATION THE ONE-STOP SHOP FOR CREDIBLE SEAFOOD CERTIFICATION SCHEMES THE BENCHMARK PROCESS MONITORING OF CONTINUED ALIGNMENT GSSI’s Global Benchmark Tool provides formal recognition of seafood certification schemes that successfully complete a rigorous and transparent benchmark process, which is underpinned by the FAO Guidelines. RECOGNITION DECISION BY STEERING BOARD PUBLIC CONSULTATION BENCHMARK COMMITTEE MEETING These include the FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries, FAO Ecolabelling Guidelines and FAO Technical Guidelines for Aquaculture Certification. OFFICE VISIT DESKTOP REVIEW The Tool looks at four performance areas: A Scheme governance Operational management B (including chain of custody) C D APPLICATION 7 6 VOLUNTARY CERTIFICATION SCHEMES APPLY TO BE BENCHMARKED 5 4 ROBUST ASSESSED BY INDEPENDENT EXPERTS 3 2 INCLUSIVE 30-DAY PUBLIC CONSULTATION 1 WHO IS INVOLVED? Aquaculture certification standards Fisheries certification standards INTERNATIONALLY ACCEPTED REFERENCE DOCUMENTS Scheme Owner Steering Board Independent Experts GSSI BENCHMARK TOOL COMPONENTS 186 ESSENTIAL 137 SUPPLEMENTARY COMPONENTS A B C D Benchmark Committee Public GSSI Secretariat Steering Board Liaison CLARITY, CREDIBILITY AND CHOICE THROUGH A FORMAL RECOGNITION PROCESS TRANSPARENT ALL REPORTS ARE PUBLISHED ONLINE

GSSI’S GLOBAL COLLABORATION TOWARDS MORE SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD 2018 2017 1995 FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries adopted. 2015 Launch of GSSI’S Global Benchmark Tool with FAO 1997 FAO publishes Certification and Ecolabelling Guidelines, following the increase in seafood certification schemes. GSSI starts co-developing the Social Benchmark Tool with the Consumer Goods Forum’s Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative. GSSI recognizes ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS 137 7 SUPPLEMENTARY COMPONENTS 2018 2016 4 186 PERFORMANCE AREAS GSSI recognizes GSSI recognizes Scope: Salmon Standard Finfish & Crustacean Standard STEP PROCESS Scope: Salmon Standard 2013 2015 2016 2017 2018 Global Sustainable Seafood Initiative launched as a publicprivate partnership. United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development adopted. GSSI included in the responsible sourcing commitments of GSSI gains market recognition by being included in global sourcing policies, including: GSSI celebrates 5 years PROMOTING SECTOR-WIDE COLLABORATION TO DRIVE FORWARD MORE SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD FOR EVERYONE.

2019 Global Sustainable Seafood Initiative Design: Peggy King Cointepas; Photography: José Carlos Alexandre

MORE SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD FOR EVERYONE

(ssci) to develop a seafood-specific social compliance benchmark. gssi is a global, public-private partnership, working towards more sustainable seafood for everyone 59.6 million workers directly employed in capture fisheries and aquaculture 239 million workers directly and indirectly employed in the seafood sector 20kg source: fao sofia 2018 .

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