4 Books found

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  • Gold Standard Evaluation: Whole Foods Market Aquaculture Purchasing Standards Report

    Gold Standard Evaluation: Whole Foods Market Aquaculture Purchasing Standards Report

    The Environmental Law Institute (ELI) and The Ocean Foundation (TOF) have carried out the first evaluation of the farmed seafood purchasing standards recently released by the Whole Foods Market grocery chain. The evaluation compared the Whole Foods purchasing standards against the Gold Standard for Aquaculture Ecolabel Design. ELI and TOF found that the retailer is taking commendable steps to reduce the environmental and social impacts of fish

  • Gold Standard for Sustainable Aquaculture Ecolabel Design Appendix: Descriptions of Labeling Programs Report

    Gold Standard for Sustainable Aquaculture Ecolabel Design Appendix: Descriptions of Labeling Programs Report

    The aquaculture industry is growing and now produces approximately 40 percent of the seafood consumed around the world each year. This “Blue Revolution” has increased seafood availability, but has also caused serious environmental and social impacts, including but not limited to pollution, destruction of habitat, damage to native ecosystems, and harm to human health. Ecolabels will play an important role in reducing the impacts of

  • Gold Standard for Sustainable Aquaculture Ecolabel Design: Summary Report

    Gold Standard for Sustainable Aquaculture Ecolabel Design: Summary Report

    The aquaculture industry is growing and now produces approximately 40 percent of the seafood consumed around the world each year. This “Blue Revolution” has increased seafood availability, but has also caused serious environmental and social impacts, including but not limited to pollution, destruction of habitat, damage to native ecosystems, and harm to human health. Ecolabels will play an important role in reducing the impacts of

  • Gold Standard for Sustainable Aquaculture Ecolabel Design: Technical Report

    Gold Standard for Sustainable Aquaculture Ecolabel Design: Technical Report

    The aquaculture industry is growing and now produces approximately 40 percent of the seafood consumed around the world each year. This “Blue Revolution” has increased seafood availability, but has also caused serious environmental and social impacts, including but not limited to pollution, destruction of habitat, damage to native ecosystems, and harm to human health. Ecolabels will play an important role in reducing the impacts of