Ecologists Without Borders is excited to announce the launch of FisheryProgress.org, a one-stop shop for information on the progress of global fishery improvement projects (FIPs). FisheryProgress.org makes tracking progress more efficient, consistent, and reliable for businesses that support FIPs. The website will make it easier for FIPs to showcase their progress to potential buyers and for businesses to find FIPs that meet their sustainable seafood commitments.
This site, a collaboration between the Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions and FishChoice, is a great step forward in creating a central place to find information about FIPs and a common yardstick for measuring their progress.
In the coming months, Ecologists Without Borders will be working to take advantage of the site’s features and finding ways to help it advance our work on FIPs. We hope that you’ll visit FisheryProgress.org and learn more about how this site can help you streamline your work. If you’re interested in learning more, you can RSVP for an overview webinar on Thursday, Nov. 3 from 2-3pm ET/11am-12pm PT by emailing Liz Kieffer (email@example.com).
To learn more about EcoWB’s work on FIPs, please see our Fisheries Improvement Projects page.