The Goal of the Seafood Co-Lab is to support new, cross-sector collaborations that generate innovative solutions to ongoing or emerging challenges in sustainable seafood. The Co-Lab does this by engaging the expertise and experience of the broader sustainable seafood community to problem-solve collaboratively with the Co-Lab winners.
The program supports collaborations in the following ways: 1. Attendance at the Seafood Summit, 2. Monetary Award, 3. Engagement of experts in sustainable seafood and beyond, 4. Crowd-source support for solutions
Applicants should be able to demonstrate the engagement of civil society and industry partners in the collaboration — preference will be given to collaborations operating under an MoU.
Submissions were accepted from December 15, 2017 to January 25, 2018.
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We strongly encourage you to prepare your submissions justification text offline and paste the answers into the form. (You can download a Word document here with questions and guidance for answering). Incomplete submissions will not be considered.
Even the best project idea cannot be considered without a team leader and his or her contact information, so it is essential to enter this information completely.
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