Innovative blockchain traceability technology and stakeholders’ engagement strategy for boosting sustainable seafood visibility, social acceptance and consumption in Europe
SEA2SEE is an innovative European project which main goal is to make actors with sustainable seafood practices more visible to consumers thus giving them a competitive advantage.
SEA2SEE project comes to fill in existing seafood traceability gaps through the development of an innovative end-to-end blockchain-based platform, along with professional and consumer applications to increase trust and social acceptance of sustainably fished and farmed seafood.
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SEA2SEE’s ambitious goal will be achieved with the development, implementation and validation of a blockchain-based platform that consolidates and analyses data from the seafood value chain, in a system that is flexible enough to adapt to changes in the value chain and brings transparency to end-consumers at its end.
An existing small-scale platform will be extended with new, industry-specific algorithms powered by AI and additional platforms so that it is effectively functional for the European seafood industry.
SEA2SEE Hackathon showcasing the importance of a transdisciplinary approach to tackling complex challenges
On November 15, we finally met the winners of SEA2SEE's Hackathon, which began during the summer of 2023. Four groups have been working hard to propose a complementary tool based on blockchain technology designed to assist consumers in making informed and responsible...
BlueChain student team with winning solution applying blockchain technology in the quest for sustainable living
SEA2SEE Hackathon winners recognized at the awards ceremony of the BlockchainxODS organized by CBCat SEA2SEE project’s Hackathon was organised in partnership with CBCat’s BlockchainxODS whose goal is to encourage the adoption of blockchain technology in real-life...
What is "Sustainability"? The concept of sustainability was first employed by the United Nations Brundtland commission in 1987. It is most often defined as “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own...
SEA2SEE partner Ana García Cabado from ANFACO CECOPESCA, Spain took part in the 51st WEFTA Conference on October 17, in Copenhagen, Denmark. Her presentation, entitled "Assessment of the nutritional quality indexes of lipids in meagre fish, sea bream and octopus"...
One of SEA2SEE’s overarching objectives is to redefine how Europeans approach seafood consumption, aiming for a fundamental shift in purchasing and consumption behaviour and encouraging them to make responsible seafood choices. Research indicates that within the...
Traceability is worth attention In today's globalized world, every industry faces increasing scrutiny, not only for the quality of its products but also for the transparency and traceability of its supply chain. Seafood industry is not immune either with...