Sustainable blue economy

New study suggests seafood retailers can protect biodiversity and profitability

A think tank highlights how retailers can use its Seafood Sustainability Protocol to assess the sustainability of their seafood products so as to "establish the link between sustainability and profitability." Image: Unsplash/NOAA

Tom Gockelen-Kozlowski

Journalist, Freelancer

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