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MSC Annual Report 2012-2013

From clam divers in Spain to research scientists in Mexico, we have brought together some of the best photographs, quotes and infographics from the MSC's Annual Report 2012/13.

Seafood markets: highlights

How seafood brands, retailers and foodservice buyers have created a 35% increase in MSC labelled products.

Fishery certifications 2012-2013

Stories from newly-certified fisheries and how the MSC is helping more fisheries prepare for assessment.

Global impacts and credibility

Examples of fisheries delivering environmental improvements and recent MSC initiatives that build trust and credibility.

Thank you for your continuing support

Watch this short clip to see some of the highlights delivered during 2012-2013.

Annual Report 2012-2013

Read or download the full report (PDF 1032 kB)

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Thank you to our funders and partners

A thank you from MSC CEO Rupert Howes to MSC funders and partners in 2012/13

MSC Board of Trustees

The governing body of the MSC is the Board of Trustees. The Board is advised by the MSC Technical Advisory Board and Stakeholder Council.

Program improvements

Find out how the MSC program is improving processes in response to feedback from stakeholders.

Messages from our Chairman

Annual report messages from outgoing chairman Will Martin and incoming chairman Werner Keine.

Global Impacts: Key facts and findings

10 important points relating to the MSC's research and the Global Impacts Report 2013

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