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Global Impacts

We believe in restoring the health of the world's oceans by working with our partners, colleagues and supporters. Our new report shines a spotlight on the global impacts of the MSC program.

Global impacts

MSC Annual Report 2012-2013

Our annual report for 2012-13 reflects a year of great achievements for the MSC program, our partner fisheries and stakeholders.

Global Impacts: a summary

Introduction to and summary of the MSC's Global Impacts Report 2013.

Global Impacts: Case Studies

Summaries of fishery case studies, highlighting management and environmental improvements and impacts.

What people are saying

We interviewed a broad cross section of key stakeholders. Find out what they had to say.

Global Impacts Report 2013

Read or download the full report now (PDF, 2075 kB)

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Global impacts and credibility infographic

All facts and figures taken from the MSC Annual Report 2012/13.

Contact the Monitoring and Evaluation team

Contact us for more information or advice. Your feedback and suggestions are very important to us.

Fish stocks are healthy and well managed

2012 scientific analysis confirms that MSC certified seafood is harvested from healthy stocks.

Measuring global impacts

The MSC is committed to the understanding of the environmental and organisational impacts of its program.

Latest news

Industry update: MSC to develop sustainable seaweed standard

Apr 11, 2014

The MSC is expanding its sustainability standard beyond wild-capture fish and invertebrate fisheries for the first time.

Gaspésie lobster fishery enters into MSC assessment in Canada

Apr 10, 2014

The Gaspésie lobster fishery has entered into independent, third-party assessment against the global, science-based MSC certification program.

First MSC European hake certification awarded to Galicia's Grupo Regal

Apr 03, 2014

Grupo Regal line-caught hake fishery has been certified to the MSC standard for sustainable, well-managed fisheries following an indepente full assessment.

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