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Vast majority of British consumers expect retailers and restaurants to provide sustainable seafood options: survey

Nov 13, 2014

New independent research shows that the vast majority of British consumers expect sustainable options for fish products.

New research shows increasing appetite for sustainable seafood

Nov 11, 2014

New research shows that consumers are increasingly looking for fish products from a sustainable source, and that ecolabels give credibility to these claims.

Indian clam fishery pioneers sustainability

Nov 05, 2014

Ashtamudi fishery attracts global recognition for developing world fishery’s efforts to protect stocks

Fisheries leaders set their sights on a more sustainable future for African oceans

Oct 16, 2014

Fisheries leaders from across government, NGOs and industry have gathered in Cape Town, South Africa to discuss solutions to over fishing.

New Chairman for MSC Developing World Working Group

Oct 15, 2014

The Marine Stewardship Council’s Developing World Working Group has appointed Professor Eyiwunmi Augustine Falaye as its new chairperson.

New study assesses progress towards international biodiversity targets

Oct 03, 2014

A new study reveals that additional efforts are needed to reach an internationally agreed set of biodiversity targets by 2020.

Marine Stewardship Council publishes updated fisheries standard

Oct 01, 2014

Updated standard for MSC certification to apply from 1st April 2015.

The world’s first MSC-certified babyfood product

Sep 22, 2014

French company Yooji launches its frozen cod portions, prepared solely with cod procured from MSC-certified fisheries.

New Zealand’s hake and ling join top 9% of world’s sustainable fisheries

Sep 16, 2014

New Zealand Hake and Ling fisheries become MSC certified. Join top 9% of world's sustainable fisheries.

Exmouth Gulf and Shark Bay prawns seek the MSC blue tick

Aug 08, 2014

First two fisheries under the $14.5million WA Government initiative to enter assessment against MSC standard.