• Open common standards
    FOR A REGENERATIVE
    GLOBAL SEAFOOD INDUSTRY
  • About SFC
    COLLABORATIVE INDUSTRY
    SOCIAL VENTURE
  • Purpose
    STAKEHOLDER GOVERNANCE
    AND TRUSTED BUSINESS
  • Framework
    INTEROPERABLE SMART
    TECHNOLOGY ECOSYSTEM

The Seafood Commons is a collaborative social venture to be openly developed by global seafood stakeholders across industry sectors, regulatory agencies, and society.


As a leading organization advocating for the health and sustainability of the ocean through an accessible worldwide network of communication, the World Ocean Observatory has been observing the ocean as an interconnected global ecosystem, a comprehensive social system, and a complex political system. We’re now taking action.

We ask you to join us in the creation of the Seafood Commons to serve as a central place of exchange for ocean information, education and public discourse; to serve as an independent forum and focus for ocean affairs. 

Multi-stakeholder Platform

A Purpose Driven Industry Designed to Solve
The Biggest Problem the World Has Ever Faced

In order for the global seafood community and stakeholders to begin collaboration on the creation of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) it is critical that we begin with a basic agreement and understanding of the multi-stakeholder process.

Open Technology Ecosystem

Intelligent industry Framework

The OTE provides a model for how the seafood industry can better self-regulate for the benefit of its consumers and the environment. Such a model will become increasingly important as the world looks for ways to tackle environmental crises while offering regenerative solutions, greatly increased yields, quality and transparency for a market to support these practices.

Get Involved

We ask you to join us in the creation of the Seafood Commons to serve as a central place of exchange for ocean information, education and public discourse; to serve as an independent forum and focus for ocean affairs. 

SFC Wants You

Help us to build a trusted and regenerative seafood industry and a healthy planet.

Contact Us

Peter Neill - World Ocean Observatory 
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Ted Schulman - coherence.software
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