LandMark is the first online, interactive global platform to provide maps and other critical information on lands that are collectively held and used by Indigenous Peoples and local communities. The global platform is designed to help Indigenous Peoples and communities protect their land rights and secure tenure over their lands.
State of the Salmon supports rigorous and scientifically credible third-party assessments of commercial salmon fisheries. Since 2004, State of the Salmon has offered constructive suggestions on how to improve and advance application of the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) standard. Third-party assessments, if properly conducted, can improve public understanding of the status of salmon fisheries as well as encourage best management and sustainable fishing practices.
State of the Salmon created the Visual MSC web tool in order to visualize the results of the MSC assessments of Alaska and B.C. salmon as well as increase public awareness and participation in MSC certification process.
There is a sample map from the upcoming atlas that features American Indian Placenames:
Interactive map (Visual MSC) of Japan, Alaska, Far East Russia and BC
Wild Pacific Salmon tell us about the health of coastal ecosystems and human communities from California to Japan. The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) eco-label tells us about the health of the North Pacific salmon fisheries.