Aquaculture and Fisheries Improvement

Aquaculture and Fisheries Improvement in Indonesia

There’s a limit to marine natural resources. Studies show majority of Indonesian seas are over-fished or fully exploited. Aquaculture is developed as alternative to reduce pressure to marine resources without reducing the number of fisheries production. However, irresponsible aquaculture practices will result in environmental degradation, and land conversion for aquaculture farm may compromise natural habitats.

These outcomes demand for fisheries improvement in Indonesia, for both capture and aquaculture fisheries. Seafood Savers provide assistance for members in Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP) based on MSC standard for capture fisheries, and Aquaculture Improvement Project (AIP) based on ASC standard for aquaculture.

Through Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP) and Aquaculture Improvement Project (AIP), Seafood Savers strives to continuously provide the proper assistance to improve the sustainability of the industry. Working together with our committed company members, Seafood Savers encourage the implementation of improvement plans, better policies and ideal management. Improvement steps taken by our company members strongly contribute to reducing problems such as environmental impacts and social impacts. Seafood Savers directly monitor and coordinate FIPs and AIPs to achieve the targeted progress. Results of monitorings and coordinations are packed into this concise 2 page Annual Improvement Progress Highlight, and is available for public to review collectively and/or become their source of information. Click on the  button to view our Annual Improvement Progress Highlight by commodity.

FIP & AIP

Through Fishery Improvement Project (FIP) and Aquaculture Improvement Project (AIP), Seafood Savers strive to continuously provide the proper assistance to improve the sustainability of the industry. Working together with our committed company members, Seafood Savers encourage the implementation of improvement plans, better policies and ideal management. Improvement steps taken by our company members strongly contribute to reducing problems such as environmental impacts and social impacts. Seafood Savers directly monitor and coordinate FIPs and AIPs to achieve the targeted progress. Results of monitorings and coordinations are packed into this concise 2 page Annual Improvement Progress Highlight, and is available for public to review collectively and/or become their source of information.

Click on the animal silhouette button to view our Annual Improvement Progress Highlight by commodity.

Capture Fisheries

Bivalves

Bivalves

Mud Crab

Mud Crab

Reef Fish

Reef Fish

Blue Swimming Crab

Blue Swimming Crab

Shrimp

Shrimp

Aquaculture

Black Tiger Shrimp

Black Tiger Shrimp

2015
Seaweed

Seaweed

Vannamei Shrimp

Vannamei Shrimp

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