In June 2018, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and GSI co-hosted a thought-leaders’ discussion at the World Bank in Washington, DC, to look to the Future of Aquaculture. Addressing questions such as the barriers and opportunities the industry might face, and what can be done to ensure the sector’s sustainable future, the group set out their vision for the future and identified a number of change levers, which they see as vital in helping achieve this vision.
GSI members are committed to making significant improvements in the sustainability of our operations and to reaching the highest levels of environmental and social performance. The ASC certification offers a credible and reliable means of doing so, which is why we have chosen it as our benchmark for progress.
Farmed salmon is a highly nutritious and healthy source of protein, and this is largely due to the specialized diet of the salmon, which is rich in nutrients and Omega-3s. Find out how innovation and collaboration are helping us improve the sustainability of our feed resources.
Our main objective as salmon farmers is to produce healthy fish in healthy waters, which is why biosecurity, or disease management, is a priority topic for the GSI. As farmers of the sea, we share our waters, which is why we believe it is important to cooperate and work together on biosecurity management.