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Acadian Seaplants Limited™ submits 2023 Communication on Progress to the UN Global Compact

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17 May 2024, Canada: Acadian Seaplants Limited™ continues its commitment to the United Nations Global Compact (UN Global Compact) with the submission of the Communication on Progress (CoP) report. The CoP submission helps to measure and demonstrate progress on the Ten Principles and the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN Global Compact in 2023.

“We recognize that our role as a global leader in seaweed harvesting, cultivation, and extracting comes with the critical responsibility to set the industry standard,” says Jean-Paul Deveau, President and CEO, Acadian Seaplants Limited. “This responsibility is why we joined the UN Global Compact in 2023 and it continues to motivate us in our journey to offer sustainable, high-quality and research-based solutions that satisfy the vital needs of plants, animals and people.”

Acadian Seaplants Limited is setting industry-leading standards through careful resource management and rigorous quality assurance checks. As a member of the UN Global Compact, Acadian Seaplants Limited will continue to work to establish a seaweed industry that provides safe working conditions, sustainable products and environmental protection. This standard is further integrated into the company’s supplier code of conduct, ensuring it is upheld through every step of the supply chain.    

Acadian Seaplants Limited continues to research the vast potential of Ascophyllum nodosum and is driven to find viable, sustainable solutions that enrich the health and resilience of plants, animals and people.

You can visit the Acadian Seaplants Limited website to learn more about our latest sustainability work.

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