The Safina Center (formerly Blue Ocean Institute) works through science, art, and literature to inspire solutions and a deeper connection with nature. The Center's core programs include Carl Safina’s writing, teaching and film work, the fellows program, and sustainable seafood program. The Safina Center’s mission is to inspire more people to actively engage as well-informed and highly motivated constituents for conservation.
The Safina Center's Sustainable Seafood Program helps consumers, retailers, and chefs discover the connection between a healthy ocean, fishing, and seafood. The Safina Center’s founders created the first seafood guide in 1998.
In 2014, The Safina Center joined forces with the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch® Program to simplify their wild-caught seafood ratings and provide consumers and retailers with even more sustainable seafood recommendations. Going forward, The Safina Center will use the Seafood Watch Program's science-based criteria and methodology to rate seafood species.
The Safina Center's seafood ratings list contains wild-caught seafood species rated by both The Safina Center and Seafood Watch. This peer-reviewed work is transparent, authoritative, and easy for consumers to understand and use. The Safina Center also includes health advisory information to alert consumers to contaminants and mercury in some seafood.
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