Tokyo Sustainable Seafood Summit 2021 Archive Opened!

 Tokyo Sustainable Seafood Summit 2021 Archive Opened! | SeafoodLegacy

25, April 2022, TOKYO
Seafood Legacy Co., Ltd. (CEO : Wakao Hanaoka, Location : Chuo-ku, Tokyo) opened an archive site ( on April 25, 2022 to show all 26 lectures at the Tokyo Sustainable Seafood Summit 2021 which was held in October 2021.

(To watch the sessions, please go to “Program” page. )

Visitors can watch all the sessions that contain a lot of cutting-edge knowledge by Japanese and foreign companies, international organizations, NGOs, fishermen, and academics who are driving seafood sustainability for free.

Tokyo Sustainable Seafood Summit has been held every year since 2015 by Seafood Legacy and Nikkei ESG. It has been a place where companies that want to proactively take measures to make the seafood industry sustainable through the spread of sustainable seafood can acquire practical knowledge. We have invited lecturers from a wide range of fields, including production sites, companies, NGOs, academics, and government officials. In 2021, 67 people took the stage and about 670 people participated.

The situation of promoting sustainability has changed significantly over the past few years. It is necessary to take measures not only for the environment, but also for social issues such as human rights, and for a new economic wave represented by ESG investment. There was a lot of discussion on these topics at the Tokyo Sustainable Seafood Summit 2021.

The archive site is useful for a wide range of people who are interested in sustainability in the seafood industry, including those who are going to start working on it, and those who have already started it.

<Session Examples>
TNFD and Blue Economy Financial Policy
[Speaker] Mr. Dennis Fritsch, Project Coordinator, Sustainable Blue Economy Finance, United Nations Environment Programme and Finance Initiative (UNEP FI)

From Japan! Envisioning Sustainable Society by Procurement Policy
[Speaker]: Ito-Yokado, Seven & I Group / Hilton / Japanese Consumers’ Co-operative Union / AEON TOPVALU Co., Ltd.

Younger Generation Fisherpersons and Fishery Executives Debate: How to Promote Stock Management and Make the Seafood Industry Lucrative?

How Should Japanese Seafood Market Respond to Slavery Work and Human Rights Issues?

ESG Investment Sessions