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Seafood Futures Forum

Fit for the future? How the MSC can stay the course.

Through the lens of UN Sustainable Development Goal 14 (SDG 14), the Seafood Futures Forum discussed how to balance the need to live within our oceans’ ecological limits, while ensuring seafood supplies are safeguarded for this and future generations.

The discussion was joined by Ally Dingwall from Sainbury's, Amanda Nickson, Pew, Annelie Selander, NOMAD foods, Tor Bjørklund Larsen, Norwegian Fisheries Association, Nicolas Guixhoux and Rupert Howes from the Marine Stewardship Council. The discussion was moderated by Stephen Hall from Avalerion Capital.

The forum also touched on topics of overfishing, IUU, transparency and continuous improvement.

You can watch the discussion and download the slides below.

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MSC Seafood Futures Forum 2018

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Seafood Futures Forum 2018 slides
Date of Issue: 26 April 2018

Panellists

Ally Dingwall

Ally Dingwall

Aquaculture and Fisheries Manager, Sainsbury's (Keynote speaker)

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Amanda Nickson

Amanda Nickson

Director International Fisheries, The Pew Charitable Trusts

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Annelie Selander

Annelie Selander

Group Sustainability Director, Nomad Foods Europe

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Tor Bjørklund Larsen

Tor Bjørklund Larsen

Sustainability Advisor, Norwegian Fisheries Association

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Panel moderator

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Dr Stephen Hall

Principal, Avalerion Capital

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MSC speakers

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Rupert Howes

Chief Executive, Marine Stewardship Council

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Nicolas Guichoux

Nicolas Guichoux

Global Commercial Director, Marine Stewardship Council

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