Task Force 3

Working with governments to improve regulations

The Task Force aims to develop the ability of SeaBOS members to engage in fisheries, aquaculture and related policy processes, to ensure they actively contribute to ocean stewardship. Current priorities include engaging with UN agencies to support their work on antibiotic resistance in aquaculture, social sustainability in wild capture fisheries and other ocean policy issues.

Task force leaders

Dave Robb

Cargill Animal Health and Nutrition, Sustainability Program Lead

Wenche Gronbrekk

Global Head of Sustainable Development, Cermaq Group

Lead companies

Lead scientific institutions

All Task forces

Task Force 1

Addressing IUU, endangered species, and forced labour

To eliminate IUU fishing and forced labour, and mitigate impacts on endangered species.

Task Force 2


To promote and illustrate the leadership taken by SeaBOS in leading the global transformation towards sustainable seafood production, and improving ocean health.

Task Force 3

Working with governments

To work with governments towards sustainable seafood production, as well as mechanisms to reduce antibiotics in aquaculture.

Task Force 4

Transparency and Governance of SeaBOS

To develop clear governance, staffing and funding mechanisms, as well as monitoring and tracking of progress, transparency of reporting by SeaBOS members.

Task Force 5

Reducing ocean plastics

To identify ways to improve ocean health through removal and prevention of plastics into the marine environment as well as re-use, recycling and alternative materials.

Task Force 6

Climate Resilience

To identify global solutions to the impacts of climate change on sustainable seafood production, as well as the ability of seafood production for humanity, along with a healthy ocean, to play a role in the mitigation of, and adaptation to, climate change impacts.