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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

27/01/2016: Be part of GSSI in 2016

http://ourgssi.org/
Join GSSI in its work to build confidence in certified seafood in 2016 and beyond.

In 2015 GSSI launched its Global Benchmark Tool, which provides clarity on seafood certification, thanks to the strong support of partner companies, NGOs, experts, governmental organisations and the FAO. GSSI partners have committed to including the outcomes of the Tool in daily operations. Find out more and get in touch at secretariat@ourgssi.org

Find out firsthand from GSSI partners what’s coming up for GSSI and how you can get involved at their public updates at both the Boston and Brussels Seafood Expo.

Apply to become a Benchmark Committee member
GSSI is looking for qualified individuals to be Benchmark Committee Members and form part of the independent, impartial Benchmark Process.

Find out more, apply and join a training session until 11 March 2016: secretariat@ourgssi.org


Join GSSI at the SeaWeb Seafood Summit in Malta
Hear from GSSI's partners on the next steps for GSSI and the Global Benchmark Tool and how it works in practice as seafood certification schemes sign up to be benchmarked. RSVP HERE.

Moderator:

Peter Hajipieris, Director for Corporate Social Responsibility, Iglo Group
 
Speakers:
George Clement, CEO, DeepWater Group New Zealand
Tania Taranovski, Director of Sustainable Seafood Programs, New England Aquarium
Tom Pickerell, Technical Director, Seafish
Herman Wisse, GSSI Program Manager



Please join GSSI at these Events:

SeaWeb Seafood Summit, Malta
10.45-12.00, 3 February 2016 
Seafood Expo North America, Boston
10.30-12.00, 8 March 2016 
Brussels Seafood Expo
12.30-14.30, 26 April 2016

RSVP HERE
 
Visit the GSSI site HERE


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