20 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts for Sustainable Seafood Advocates

Twitter is an amazing place to learn and connect – but with more than 320 million active monthly users, it can be difficult to sort through the noise and find accounts you truly love.

To help you get started, we’ve put together this list of 20 sustainable seafood-focused Twitter Feeds. If you’re passionate about protecting our oceans and ensuring sustainable seafood for generations to come, these are accounts we’re sure you’ll love.

Click any name in the list to head straight to their Twitter profile, and get ready to be inspired by the people and organizations on the front lines of a sustainable seafood system!

PS – Know of an amazing sustainable seafood-related Twitter account that didn’t make our list? Let us know in the comments! 


20 must-follow twitter accounts for sustainable seafood advocates


  1. Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute  |  @Alaska_Seafood
    A partnership of the State of Alaska and the Alaska Seafood Industry, promoting Alaska Seafood and offering seafood education.
  2. Audubon G.U.L.F.  |  @AudubonGULF
    Audubon Nature Institute’s Gulf United for Lasting Fisheries (G.U.L.F.) is dedicated to the conservation of U.S. Fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico.
  3. Ayana Elizabeth J.  |  @ayanaeliza
    Marine biologist. Seeker of sustainability. Executive Director of Waitt Institute 
  4. Barton Seaver  |  @bartonseaver
    Author, chef, sustainable seafood advocate. Director at Harvard’s Center for Health & Global Environment. 
  5. Bristol Bay Sockeye  |  @BBSockeye
    Promoting wild salmon and seafood education from the largest sustainable commercial wild sockeye salmon fishery in the world.
  6. Chef Rick Moonen  |  @RickMoonen
    Chef and sustainable seafood advocate.
  7. Fish Revolution  |  @FishRevolution
    Creating a world where people catch, eat, and serve sustainable seafood.
  8. Fishackathon  |  @fishackathon
    Fishing for sustainable code. Brings brilliant minds together to develop usable to solutions to address the problem of worldwide overfishing.
  9. Mission Blue  |  @MissionBlue
    Igniting widespread support for a global network of marine protected areas to protect 20% of the ocean by 2020.
  10. New England Aquarium  | @NEAQ
    A premier visitor attraction in Boston, MA, whose marine conservation, research and education programs span the globe.
  11. Paul Greenberg  |  @4fishgreenberg
    Author of
    Four Fish & American Catch. Winner of the James Beard Award for Writing and Literature. 
  12. SeaChoice  |  @SeaChoice
    A sustainable seafood program dedicated to healthier oceans.
  13. Seafood Nutrition Partnership  |  @Seafood4Health
    Aims to inspire a healthier America through partnerships that raise awareness about the essential nutritional benefits of eating seafood. 
  14. Seafood Watch  |  @SeafoodWatch
    A program of the Monterey Bay Aquarium designed to raise consumer awareness about the importance of buying seafood from sustainable sources.
  15. Sylvia Earle  |  @SylviaEarle
    Oceanographer. National Geographic Explorer-In-Residence, Founder of Mission Blue and 2009 TED Prize Winner.
  16. The Ocean Foundation  |  @oceanfdn
    Mission is to support, strengthen, and promote those organizations dedicated to reversing the trend of destruction of ocean environments around the world.
  17. The Ocean Project  |  @theoceanproject
    Working to advance ocean conservation with zoos, aquariums, and museums around the world.
  18. The Safina Center  |  @SafinaCenter
    Creating an original blend of science, art and literature that inspires a deeper connection with nature, especially the sea.
  19. Thimble Ocean Farm  |  @oceanfarmer
    Seaweed and shellfish farmer born and raised in Newfoundland working the waters of Long Island Sound.
  20. Waitt Foundation  |  @WaittFdn
    Restoring our oceans to full productivity.
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