fish for tomorrow aims to create a culture of sustainable fishing and seafood consumption in Malta and Gozo. We aim to raise local consumer, restaurateur and retailer awareness on the importance of acquiring seafood from sustainable sources. To do this, fish for tomorrow will provide the tools necessary for consumers to make responsible choices that will ensure the viability of local fish stocks for generations to come.

About us

fish for tomorrow was formed in 2010 following several discussions between different Maltese NGOs and environmentalists regarding the state of Maltese and European fisheries. Over the years, the NGO has worked with numerous stakeholders, carried out research, lobbied on local and European levels, and campaigned in order to create a culture of sustainable seafood consumption.


fish for tomorrow aims to create a culture of sustainable seafood consumption through effective campaigning and lobbying. To do this, we will assist restaurants and markets in addressing the issue of overfishing by helping them to identify and highlight sustainable seafood choices in their establishments. fish for tomorrow will promote establishments which serve and promote sustainable seafood and will help build public support and enthusiasm for the sensible management of Malta’s fish stocks. Ultimately, fish for tomorrow strives to increase the demand for environmentally sustainable seafood in Malta.


JD Farrugia


Environmental Campaigner | Cultural Manager

Matthew Demarco


Bloom Creative | maltatype | Starcross Project

Ninia Azzopardi

Secretary General

Digital Strategist | Food Enthusiast

Christian Spiteri


Electrical Engineer



Quickfish Guide - A downloadable & printable pocket guide to making environmentally conscious seafood choices

A Guide to Fish - A video series which aims to simplify the process of sourcing, preparing and cooking fish and other seafood at home.

25 Nautical Miles video - A short documentary highlighting the issues with overfishing in Malta.

25 Nautical Miles report - An Overview of Maltese Fisheries