The Asian Seafood Improvement Collaborative (ASIC) is a group of international stakeholders dedicated to developing creative strategies for improving the Asian Seafood industry.
The Asian Seafood Improvement Collaborative (ASIC) is a burgeoning regional collaboration between private sector stakeholders from Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam who have come together to tackle social and environmental sustainability challenges facing the Asian seafood industry. ASIC stakeholders represent various elements of the Asian seafood industry including producer organizations, processors, environmental non-government organizations, and local certification bodies. These ASIC participants work in conjunction with export market stakeholders, including NGO's, buyers, and certification bodies, to build innovative tools designed to foster improvement for both shrimp aquaculture and fisheries in the region.
Forging multi-stakeholder engagement throughout the Asian seafood industry to develop regional approaches that foster sustainable seafood production and support a healthy ocean environment.
ASIC In Action
Fostering improvements in shrimp aquaculture by engaging producers directly and inclusively to build the incentives and realistic tools needed to improve the shrimp industry supply chain.
Making An Impact
Working to build sustainability tools and processes into southeast Asian fisheries and aquaculture operations to help ensure global food security.
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To learn how to work with ASIC and how to support our efforts, contact ASIC today.