WASHINGTON (Saving Seafood & IFFO) — April 30, 2015 — A cooperative spirit abounded at this spring's seafood conferences, including the international SeaWeb Seafood Summit in New Orleans, where representatives of the commercial fishing industry joined environmental organizations and others for a series of events overviewing the future of sustainable seafood. A new video produced by Saving Seafood features enlightening interviews with award-winning conference participant Dr. Andrew Jackson, of IFFO, The Marine Ingredients Organization, and lauded explorer Fabien Cousteau.

In a new video produced by Saving Seafood, a leading public information resource for the commercial fishing industry, seafood industry leaders discuss a key development in the dialogue within the industry from this spring's SeaWeb Seafood Summit, held in New Orleans. Fishermen, world-renowned fisheries experts, leaders in environmental conservation, and interested stakeholders convened for discussions on seafood sustainability, and demonstrated a cooperative spirit that is encouraging for the future of sustainable seafood.

The video features Dr. Andrew Jackson, of IFFO, The Marine Ingredients Organization, an international, not for profit organization that represents and promotes the fishmeal, fish oil and marine ingredients industry worldwide. Dr. Jackson identifies and overviews this trend in Saving Seafood's video reportage of the conference. Saving Seafood spoke with both award-winning industry leader Dr. Jackson and famed explorer and oceanographer Fabien Cousteau.

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