The rapid growth in the aquaculture industry, though pivotal to food security, has resulted in a wide range of negative environmental and social impacts. These range from water pollution and the disruption of local ecosystems, to poor working conditions. A number of different initiatives have been developed in recent years with the aim of making aquaculture production more responsible. While sharing an ultimate goal of improving aquaculture practices, these various programmes’ differing scope and reach mean there is currently a lack of integration between them. Improving this integration could reduce costs for producers, and remove confusion among buyers, governments, producers, and consumers—the groups whose participation and support are crucial to achieving the goal of a more sustainable aquaculture industry.