fish4tomorrow 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, fish4tomorrow will provide the tools necessary for consumers to make responsible choices that will ensure the viability of local fish stocks for generations to come.
Zero Tolerance Approach Needed towards Fish Farm Illegalities
fish4tomorrow is concerned by the Planning Authority’s decision to suspend their decision on revoking permits for local fish farms on the 6th September 2016. fish4tomorrow is calling for fish farm…
From our sea - Grabiel, Marsascala
After an eight month hiatus we revived the From Our Sea series by heading down to Grabiel in Marsascala. We chose Grabiel because of its long-standing reputation as a place where you can go to get…
Recommendations to the 24th ICCAT Meeting in Malta
In November, fishery managers and regulators will meet in Malta for the 24th annual meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT).
fish4tomorrow 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.
fish4tomorrow aims to create a culture of sustainable seafood consumption through effective campaigning and lobbying. To do this, the coalition will assist restaurants and markets in addressing the issue of overfishing by helping them to identify and highlight sustainable seafood choices in their establishments. fish4tomorrow 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, fish4tomorrow strives to increase the demand for environmentally sustainable seafood in Malta.
M.Sc in Environmental Management & Planning. Coordinator of the TerraFirma Collectivejd@fish4tomorrow.com
Science graduate and member of Greenhouse Maltaanthony@fish4tomorrow.com
Ing. George Camilleri
Engineer and company firstname.lastname@example.org
Retired teacher and member of Sharklab-Maltapam@fish4tomorrow.com
Dr Stanley Farrugia Randon
Medical Doctor, author and member of Din l-Art Ħelwastanley@fish4tomorrow.com
Biochemist, lecturer and member of Sharklab-Maltadave@fish4tomorrow.com