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To mark World Environment Day the Global Salmon Initiative (GSI) today launched its inaugural Sustainability Report at the Economist’s World Ocean Summit 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal. The landmark report showcases key environmental and social data across all 14 GSI member companies. This is the first time a global food sector has collectively reported on sustainability performance indicators in such a transparent manner.


Presentations from Cermaq's sustainability seminar

Cermaq's annual sustainability seminar was held on June 3rd in Oslo. The presentations from the seminar are now available.


​Cermaq's sustainability seminar 3 June - updated program

Among the speakers is the Managing Director of Norwegian Seafood Council Terje Martinussen, who will present some of the findings from the consumer survey Seafood Consumer Insight/SCI.


Mitsubishi Corporation CEO meets with Erna Solberg

President and CEO of Mitsubishi Corporation, Ken Kobayashi, met with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg in Oslo today. Kobayashi took the opportunity to reaffirm Mitsubishi Corporation’s long-term commitment to Cermaq.


Cermaq becomes partner to EAT

Cermaq supports the ambition to create a healthy and sustainable global food system, and has entered into a partner agreement with EAT. As partner, Cermaq participates in EAT's activities and research projects and supports EAT financially.


Cermaq continues leadership in transparent sustainability reporting

The integrated report for 2014 was published today, demonstrating Cermaq’s continued engagement in transparency of the salmon farming industry. In addition to financial information, the report provides a wealth of performance indicators and describes how the company addresses sustainability issues.


Cermaq’s input to the Norwegian Ministry of Industry and Fisheries regarding growth criteria for the salmon farming

Cermaq supports main elements in the input submitted by the Industry association (FHL) and proposes that also traceability of the fish and historic performance related to escapes should be criteria for allowing companies to grow their production.