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THE SALT SHAKER
What’s Shaking?
Imagine a seafood supply chain that captures essential fisheries, economic, and social data and electronically shares it along the supply chain. This visualization of a comprehensive traceability system is what the SALT community hopes to achieve, allowing seafood to be traced from bait to plate.


We are seeking a consultant with social responsibility and human rights expertise to support SALT's work. Please share this opportunity with your networks. We encourage all interested candidates to apply here by November 16, 2020.


We're pleased to welcome the Philippines Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources to SALT's Advisory Committee!
 
 
From Bait to Plate
 
What’s New
on the Website?
 
In addition to expanding the Dive Deeper library with resources like the Global Tuna Alliance's Tuna 2020 Traceability Declaration Social Responsibility Toolkit and NOAA’s report from the 2019-2020 Electronic Monitoring Workshops, we’ve also updated the Seascape Map with the new Seafood and Gender Equality (SAGE) project. Click here to learn more. 
 
 
Tuna 2020 Traceability Declaration Social Responsibility Toolkit
 
National Electronic Monitoring Workshops – Report & Videos
 
 
Where in the World?
One of the major benefits of a global collaborative network is being able to continue working internationally, even while the pandemic has us sheltering in place. Our thanks to SALT small grant recipient MDPI for giving us a sneak peek at their upcoming project in Indonesia.

We are also looking forward to traveling virtually to these events:
Did You Catch This?
GDST is Hiring! Please Share With Your Networks
The Packard and Walton Family Foundations’ Global Seafood Markets Strategy Evaluation Final Report
Planet Tracker’s Traceable Returns Report Investigates Traceability Benefits for Seafood Processors
Seafood for Thought
 
Now that a year has passed since we launched SALT’s website, we are going to be making a few changes. In the meantime we’d like to ask you just one question: Have you ever used resources or information accessed from the SALT website? Click below:
 
Yes No
 
Seas the Day!
ASK
AN EXPERT
 
 
Ask SALT and our community of experts any tricky traceability questions.
 
 
Connect with your Community
 
 
The SALT LinkedIn group is a great place to discuss traceability challenges and opportunities.
 
 
Liven up the Library
 
 
If you have read an article, paper, or report you think the community could learn from, please send it to us!
 
 
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