INTERNATIONAL WATERS LEARNING EXCHANGE & RESOURCE NETWORK

IW:LEARN

LME:LEARN - LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS

Global Sustainable Supply Chains for Marine Commodities

Overfishing is in part the result of market pressure because of growing seafood demand. Market tools have been used to motivate that the demand focuses on sustainable sources, however sustainable seafood products are still a small share of the market. The project will contribute to the transformation of the market by mainstreaming sustainability in the value chain of important seafood commodities from developing countries, improving emerging tools such as corporate sustainable purchase policies and FIPs, motivating changes in national fisheries policy for improved fisheries administration, and generating learnings to be shared worldwide.

Fisheries

http://globalmarinecommodities.org/en/home

Americas , Central America , South America , Asia , South-Eastern Asia , Global


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General information
GEF ID 5271
Project type Full-Size Project
Status pipeline (Project Approved)
Start Date 10 Mar 2013
End Date 30 Dec 2020
GEF characteristic:
GEF Allocation to project 5,500,000 USD
Total Cost of the project: 40,200,000.00 USD
Partners
Costa Rica , Ecuador , Indonesia , Philippines , Global

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)




Project contacts
Diego Orellana International Project Coordinator
Ana María Nuñez Programme Officer, Energy and Environment Unit | UNDP