SFP Target 75 Global Fisheries & Aquaculture Forum 2019

Miami, Florida
Wednesday, February 06, 2019
SFP Target 75 Global Fisheries & Aquaculture Forum 2019
Wednesday, February 06, 2019 - Thursday, February 07, 2019

Pullman Miami Airport Hotel
(305) 264-4888
5800 Blue Lagoon Drive
Miami, Florida 33126
United States

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Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) is thrilled to announce the Global Fisheries & Aquaculture Forum 2019 focusing on the Target 75 initiative. The forum will be held on February 6–7, 2019 at the Pullman Miami Airport Hotel in Miami, Florida, US.

Building on the success of our previous Americas and European forums, the Target 75 Global Forum will be even bigger and better, bringing together leaders in the seafood industry from around the world who are blazing the trail toward the goal of 75 percent of the world’s seafood by volume produced in a manner that can be labeled sustainable or improving, all by the end of 2020.

Together, we will celebrate the remarkable work done to date driven by retail and food service companies and leading suppliers in the US, UK and Europe, and invite new industry leaders from Asia, Central and South America, and Africa to join us as we develop continued strategies for reaching the ambitious goals set out in Target 75. Companies will also have the opportunity to highlight their efforts and how they are advancing Target 75. The forum will include presentations on progress and remaining challenges, as well as workshops on new strategies and solutions to scale up efforts to make Target 75 a reality.

Registration is now open and we cannot wait to have you join us at the start of 2019!

The Target 75 Global Forum 2019 will take place over two days on February 6-7, 2019. The registration fee is $450 per person (includes all sessions, lunch and coffee breaks, and a cocktail reception on Wednesday evening, February 6th.)

To register 
for the Forum, click the "Register Now" button on the right (please select “supplier/invited guest” from the Registrant Type menu, unless otherwise instructed).


Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there,
Sustainable Fisheries Partnership


For Accommodations, we have secured a special rate with the Pullman Miami Airport Hotel. A
ttendees may reserve rooms with this special rate for Tuesday, February 5, through Friday, February 8. The hotel has provided a specific link for guests attending the Forum to use for making reservations here.


Reservations should be made directly by each guest and we encourage our attendees to take advantage of the special rate and make their reservations early


DRAFT AGENDA


Wednesday, February 6th: Pre-Forum Meetings

Afternoon information sessions on topics including the Ocean Disclosure Project, FisheryProgress.org, FishSource Aquaculture Profiles, and more. 

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Mexican Seafood Supply Chain Roundtable (SR) meeting

3:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Eastern Pacific Ocean Large Pelagic SR meeting - This meeting will primarily focus on current and developing mahi improvement efforts in the Eastern Pacific ocean.

3:00 pm– 5:00 pm
Labor Issues workshop hosted by Liberty Shared & FishWise
Human trafficking is still a major issue in seafood production and processing in some parts of the world. Are your supply chains connected to the issue? How can companies reduce their risks and accelerate better working conditions where this issue exists? Liberty Shared will demonstrate how and why seafood companies may be liable. FishWise will preview their practical suite of tools, resources, and steps companies can use to improve socially responsible practices in seafood supply chains. This session will be interactive, please share your questions and experiences.

6:00 pm - Welcome Reception

Thursday, February 7th: Target 75 Global Fisheries & Aquaculture Forum

Panels and presentations from 8 am – 4 pm to tentatively include:

Evolution of the Sustainable Seafood Movement and Progress Toward Target 75 (Jim Cannon, CEO SFP)

KEYNOTE PANEL: How Target 75 Advances Multinational Sustainable Seafood Commitments and Advances UN SDG 14 (Nestlé, McDonald’s)

Scaling Up Improvement Efforts: National Policy Approach

How national-level improvement efforts can more efficiently and effectively advance sustainability in fisheries in Mexico and Indonesia, and aquaculture in Asia.

Scaling up Improvement Projects: Transboundary Fisheries
A look at how multinational industry groups, coastal states, and Regional Fishery Management Organizations (RFMOs) can accelerate the improvement of important species like tuna, squid, and mahi.  

Pre-Competitive Collaborations: Not Just for Industry

How NGOs are working together around Target 75 sectors to help advance change globally.

Advances in Sustainable Aquaculture
Exciting initiatives and developments in global aquaculture production, and a look at SFP’s Sustainable Aquaculture Framework.

Achieving the Global Ambition of Target 75: Getting New Markets Involved
An update on groundbreaking new improvement efforts getting underway in Africa and Japan, and a discussion of how to engage critical markets such as South Korea and China.

Efforts to Support Industry in Advancing Target 75 and Sustainability
This discussion aims to inform industry of development agency funding priorities, to help industry identify intersections with their own sustainability challenges and needs. 

Closing remarks from SFP CEO Jim Cannon

 

Contact Information

  • katie.mihalik@sustainablefish.org

Payment Instructions

  • Registration fee is $450.
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