This handbook on jurisdictional initiatives provides case studies on policy- and market-based strategies and provides guidance about the main steps in scoping, co-designing, and co-implementing the initiatives for the seafood sector.
This guide aims to provide seafood importers, brands, and end buyers clarity on the rationale and importance, the process and key elements, and the engagement of key stakeholders for the establishment of a robust seafood jurisdictional initiative.
This guide aims to provide government authorities clarity on the rationale and importance, the process and key elements, and the engagement of key stakeholders for the establishment of a robust seafood jurisdictional initiative.
The summary guidelines for Jurisdictional Initiatives provide initial guidance to build an approach that addresses systemic and policy-level changes for the seafood supply chain that improve social and environmental conditions.
The full guidelines for Jurisdictional Initiatives provide useful guidance to build an approach that addresses systemic and policy-level changes for the seafood supply chain that improve social and environmental conditions.
The report Crimes that Affect the Environment and Climate Change explores the relationship between environmental crime, biodiversity loss, and climate change. Co-authored by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime and WWF, the report explores illegal activity in marine and forest ecosystems and trafficking in waste to understand their impact on the environment.
Learn how WWF-US is working with partners to co-create nature-positive seascape solutions that drive climate adaptation and resilience, food and livelihood security, peace and security, and healthy oceans outcomes in the Arctic, Latin America, Southern Africa, Southeast Asia, and the South Pacific.
WWF believes that when the planet regains its natural strength and flourishes, people thrive, societies prosper, and the world is more peaceful. The private sector and financial institutions have an important role to play in our planet’s future.
ArcNet is a network of priority areas for marine conservation that spans the entire Arctic Ocean and adjacent seas. Conserving these ecosystems strengthens the resilience of Arctic biodiversity in the face of a rapidly changing climate. Learn what role we all can play in protecting the arctic in this brochure.
WWF has developed ArcNet—a network of priority areas for marine conservation—across the entire Arctic Ocean and adjacent seas. The network is based on comprehensive, rigorous scientific analysis and best-available data. ArcNet reflects the web of marine life and ecological functions across a connected ocean that underpins the diverse values of people in the region and beyond.
WWF’s report In Too Deep: What We Know and Don’t Know About Deep Seabed Mining takes the reader through the main arguments for why we do not need to mine the deep ocean for minerals, and sets out the threats and risks to the ocean and to the shift to the closed-loop economy if the industry goes ahead.
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