We commit to publish non-financial information on environmental issues, social aspects and corporate governance, taking into account internationally recognised criteria.
Companies that have signed the fisheries sector social responsibility policy will publish their non-financial information on environmental issues, social aspects and corporate governance. CSR reports or non-financial information from signatories relating to the aspects covered by the policy will be linked to here below.
The website of Fiskistofa contains information on aspects such as harvesting rights, catches and quota status, fishing restrictions, fishing fees, catch weighing, fisheries management, fishing areas, export reports, fishing certificates and production permits.
The website of the Marine Research Institute provides information on marine research and fisheries advice.
Radarinn.is is the fisheries industry’s dashboard and contains statistics and information on the Icelandic fishing industry and fish farming.
The main purpose of Iceland Responsible Fisheries certification is to preserve the fisheries management principles adopted by the international community, document well-managed Icelandic fisheries to the highest level of assurance, and promote community consensus behind good discipline in fisheries management.
The main aim of this report by DNV is to provide the most likely scenarios for the decarbonization of the Icelandic fleet and describe the fleet and energy mix in 2030, 2040 and 2050 under these scenarios. The project addresses technology replacement and considers the effects of potential policy measures on the decarbonization pathways.
Fisheries Iceland (SFS) issued a report in 2017 on fuel use in the fisheries industry and its projected use to 2030. The report sets out the main facts on energy use in the Icelandic fisheries sector and forecasts for the future. Companies in the fisheries sector want to contribute to ensure that Iceland achieves the goals set for 2030 in the Paris Agreement.
Maintaining healthy fish stocks and ensuring that information on fishing and the treatment of marine ecosystems is reliable, traceable and transparent is of great economic and social importance for the Icelandic nation.