The continued work of SeaBOS is based on a set of ten commitments that guide the work within the initiative’s Task Forces.
Improve transparency and traceability in our own operations, and work together to share information and best practice, building on existing industry partnerships and collaborations.
Reduce IUU fishing
Engage in concerted efforts to help reduce IUU fishing and seek to ensure that IUU products and endangered species are not present in our supply chains.
Listen to science
Engage in science-based efforts to improve fisheries and aquaculture management and productivity, through collaboration with industry, regulators and civil society.
Eliminate modern slavery
Engage in concerted efforts to eliminate any form of modern slavery including forced, bonded and child labour in our supply chains.
Reduce use of antibiotics
Work towards reducing the use of antibiotics in aquaculture.
Reduce use of plastics
Reduce the use of plastics in seafood operations, and encourage global efforts to reduce plastic pollution.
Reduce gas emissions
Reduce our own greenhouse gas emissions.
Secure new growth in aquaculture, by deploying best practices in preventive health management, including improved regulatory regimes.
Develop and deploy new tech
Collaborate and invest in the development and deployment of emerging approaches and technologies for sustainable fisheries and aquaculture.
Support novel initiatives and innovations for ocean stewardship.