MARELIFE is an independent science-based marine innovation network organized on a membership basis. It is one of the few networks worldwide covering all three major industrial bio marine fields: aquaculture, fisheries and marine by-products.
At the same time our membership is truly cross sector, embracing leading international players and trend setters from industry, finance, public and private investors, universities and a range of science and technology organizations.
Stakeholders range from manufacturing and solution providers, start ups and venture companies to R&D organizations and public sector facilitators of innovation and commercialization.
Legal status: Member Association (in Norwegian "Forening/lag/innretning") Facilitating collaboration between members to create and run membership forums and launch generic projects addressing major challenges and opportunities in the sector, which are too ambitious to be undertaken by individual members.
Oslo Teknopol, a non-profit regional development agency serves as its secretariat.
Trader Joe's to stop buying Mexican shrimp United States
Grocery store chain Trader Joe’s, located in Monrovia, California, has declared it will stop buying shrimp from Mexico amid the pressure exercised by the Boycott Mexican Shrimp campaign launched earlier this year by more than 45 organizations.