Hawaii Seafood Council
The Hawaii Seafood Council is a Hawaiʻi non-profit organization that supports responsible fisheries and sustainable seafood in Hawaiʻi for future generations through consumer education, outreach, and research. We believe that marine fisheries, fishing and seafood are essential to Hawaiʻi’s unique culture, food traditions, diversified economy, food security and healthy lifestyle.
Since 1987, Conservation International has been working to improve human well-being through the care of nature. With the guiding principle that nature doesn't need people, but people need nature for food, water, health and livelihoods—CI works with more than 1,000 partners around the world to ensure a healthy, more prosperous planet that supports the well-being of people.
Under My Umbrella
Under My Umbrella (UMU) is a boutique firm offering a suite of public relations, marketing, event planning and consulting services. UMU has an unmatched reputation for diligent, creative, and cost-efficient project leadership as well as for implementing eco-minded best practices that offer added value for our clients. The UMU team is recognized for consistently surpassing client expectations and bringing innovative leadership to every project we manage. The diverse professional experience of our staff allows us the flexibility to align clients with the team that best matches their project needs.
Ulupono Initiative is a Hawaiʻi-focused impact investing firm that uses for-profit, non-profit and social investments to improve the quality of life for island residents in three areas: locally produced food; clean, renewable energy; and waste reduction.
We believe that sustainability is essential to our future prosperity, and will help shape our vision of a 21st century economy where economic progress and environmental stewardship work hand in hand.
ThisFish, an initiative of Eco Trust Canada, is a leading developer of consumer seafood traceability software. ThisFish technology brings consumers closer to their seafood by tracing its journey back to its origins: who caught it, when, where and how. ThisFish is committed to helping consumers make more informed choices about the authenticity, quality and sustainability of the seafood they eat, while promoting the fishers and seafood businesses that proudly stand behind their catch. ThisFish works with organizations and companies that want to make the seafood business more transparent and reward those who responsibly harvest and handle your catch.
This October, join the Hawaii Seafood Council and Conservation International in celebrating Hawaiʻi Seafood Month, a month long event highlighting Hawai'i seafood and the fishers, restaurants, retailers, and seafood businesses committed to sustainable, local seafood and vibrant fishing communities across our paeʻaina.