This COP15 side event will explain why traceability is a profitable investment for the seafood supply chain, and propose that the funding for such investment could be partially covered by the re-routing of harmful fishery subsidies.
The session will address:
How and why corporates should implement traceability systems across supply chains where it is already feasible to do so.
How governments could ensure that more seafood supply chains are traceable by relocating so-called harmful fishery subsidies towards incentives supporting traceability investments, and by introducing comprehensive traceability-related regulation?
John Willis, Director of Research, Planet Tracker;
Dr Helena Wright, Policy Director, the FAIRR Initiative;
Clinton Adas, Global Stewardship Lead for Biodiversity, HSBC Asset Management.
|Date:||15th December 2022|
|Time:||13:15 - 14:45 EST (UTC-5)|
|Address:||Palais des Congrès de Montréal, Convention and Exhibition Centre, Montreal, Canada|