Catching up with Crystal SandersHow a lifelong love of fishing became a mission to save the ocean by eating its inhabitants.
World Oceans Day RecapOur highlights from June 8, World Oceans Day
Traceability 101 ToolkitOur new traceability toolkit provides resources and insight for NGOs and industry partners.
Catching Up With Salty Girl SeafoodHow adding data directly to packaging builds trust for an emerging storied seafood brand
Meet Our PodsAn innovative approach for creating collective impact
DiscoverySurfacing insights and opportunities for market-based solutions
A fresh approach
We create business solutions to ocean challenges.
We envision a global seafood supply chain that produces legal, traceable, trustworthy fish; that rewards responsible fishing with better prices; and that fosters resource conservation.
We work with entrepreneurs
and businesses whose ideas allow oceans, seacoast communities, and marine economies to thrive.
We help impact investors
and philanthropists discern how to make more strategic investments in ocean innovation.
We help scale new ideas
by sharing stories of success and disruption.
The Fisheye Lens
To help move the conversation forward, Future of Fish, with the assistance of FishWise, and the Global Food Traceability Center (GFTC) is pleased to announce a brand new resource, the Traceability 101 Toolkit.
Happy World Oceans Day!
As you may have heard, today is a big day for ocean lovers, conservationists, and seafood people everywhere. Check out highlights from today including some tips, facts, and recipes for preparing sustainable seafood yourself.
Tweets from the sea. #sexfriendlyseafood
Marah Hardt, our Director of Research and author of Sex in the Sea hosted a twitter chat alongside Fish Revolution’s Crystal Sanders and Future of Fish. We heard from a whole array of guests including Conservation International Hawai’i, Steve Vilnit, Fine & Rare, and Sea to Table.