The David and Lucile Packard Foundation has commissioned California Environmental Associates to produce a global ocean report to be released in June 2017 at The Ocean Conference.
This project assessed the market and political forces driving human rights and labor abuses in the fishing and aquaculture industries and their intersection with environmental issues that are current areas of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation’s focus.
A joint study by marine fisheries experts from within and outside of China concluded that the country’s most recent fisheries conservation plan can achieve a true paradigm shift in marine fisheries management – but only if the Chinese government embraces major institutional reform.
Wilderness Markets undertook a series of fishery value chain assessments to better understand the opportunities and constraints for private impact capital to flow into wild capture fisheries markets. Given the investments in developing sustainable fisheries pilots,... Continue Reading
The West Coast Groundfish fishery is one of the most complex U.S. fisheries to ever successfully end overfishing and rebuild its depleted stocks. This resulted in the certification of 13 species by the Marine Stewardship... Continue Reading
Wilderness Markets undertook a series of fishery value chain assessments to better understand the opportunities and constraints for private impact capital to flow into wild-capture fisheries markets in Indonesia. Building on extensive impact-focused investment experience... Continue Reading
Over the past several years, the Foundation has explored supporting sustainable marine resource management in China. Seeking to answer the question “what capacity building interventions in China can produce the capacity required to drive sustainable... Continue Reading