- Top 35 Salmon Firms - 2012 SeafoodIntelligence CSER reporting Benchmarking Trends & Developments 2011
- Tentative Sustainable Aquaculture Communication Benchmarking
This bundle package allows you to get the first-of-its-kind report issued August 2011 and its comprehensive update with revised methodology and benchmarking scope. The upated report report assesses the firms' communication & disclosures for the Financial Year 2011 in English against a comprehensive set of environmental, social and financial indicators (>200); notably those highlighted by the Salmon Aquaculture Dialogue (SAD)/Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) standards & others identified by SeafoodIntelligence and other stakeholders; and those (financial & CSR) indicators commonly expected of stock-listed firms internationally. The ASC - to which many retailers worldwide are now pledging support - aims to become the world's n°1 'Responsibly Farmed' salmon eco-label.
WHO SHOULD BUY THESE REPORTS
These reports are a must-read for salmon farmers, industry organisations, retailers, government departments & agencies, eNGOs and all those concerned about the 'sustainability' of salmon farming.
- Atlantic Salmon
- Pacific Salmon
- Sea Trout
- Rainbow Trout
- Farmed Fish
- Farm-raised Seafood
- Australia (Tasmania)
- Canada ((British Columbia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador and Nova Scotia)
- Faroese Islands
- New Zealand
- UK (Scotland)
- USA (Maine)
SeafoodIntelligence was the official & exclusive media partner of the 2007 World Seafood Congress in Dublin, Ireland. It was also Media Partners for the first two years of the Seafood Summit (Jacksonville, Florida/USA & Barcelona, Spain) organised by the Seafood Choices Alliance, a SeaWeb programme. The following national & international organisations have signed memorandum of understandings (MOUs) with SeafoodIntelligence: International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade (IIFET); the North American Association of Fisheries Economists (NAAFE), the US National Shellfisheries Association (NSA), the European Aquaculture Society (EAS), the Seafood Choices Alliance, etc...
When the Irish Sea Fisheries Board (BIM) chose to give its 150+ staff and library full access to the SeafoodIntelligence.com News & Database Service; BIM's Aquaculture Development Manager commented: “We have been impressed by the consistently high standard of journalism maintained by Seafood Intelligence and we believe that our entire staff will derive considerable benefit from having access to the important and up to the minute stories carried on the service.”
When SeafoodIntelligence was also appointed official & exclusive media partner of the 2007 World Seafood Congress, the Congress Moderator, Donal Amguire, commented: “The Congress organisers felt that having Seafood Intelligence as a media partner would greatly enhance our Congress delegate and exhibitor offering,” [...] “As an independent international news agency, with a specialist knowledge and understanding of the global seafood sector, they can actively support our efforts to place seafood at the top of the consumer affairs agenda. This is an important objective; seafood consumption saves lives and sustains coastal communities.” [...] “Seafood Intelligence will offer an invaluable high profile platform from which the Congress will be able to introduce its world-class speaker line-up and important conference content to the widest possible audience.”
Speaking on August 22, 2012 of the n°1 ranking of (partly-government owned & Oslo Børs-listed) Cermaq in SeafoodIntelligence's 2012's benchmarking survey of the world's top salmon & trout farmers' communication over corporate, social and environmental responsibility (CSR/Sustainability) reporting, the Norwegian Minister of Industry and Trade, Mr. Trond Giske, said: “It is very good news that Cermaq for the second year has been rated as n°1 of the world's leading farming and feed producers in the benchmark report about communication of the company's social responsibility. It is my hope that Cermaq's sustainability report can be an inspiration for others.”
“Seafood Intelligence is one of the key news outlets reporting on the seafood industry” - Mainstream Canada (August 2012).
For more information about each report, including table of contents, please see below links.
- Alsaker Fjordbruk
- Australis Seafoods / Australis Mar
- Blumar Seafoods
- Cooke Aquaculture
- Cultivos Marinos Chiloe
- Ellingsen Seafood
- Firda Seafood
- Leroy Seafood
- Los Fiordos
- Marine Farms GMT
- Marine Harvest
- Nova Sea
- Salmones Antartica (Nissui)
- Salmones Aysen
- Salmones Humboldt (Mitsubishi)
- Salmones Pacific Star