MSC email updates
Our range of email updates can keep you up to date with news from the MSC.
Read news from the MSC and partners we're working with around the world. Sent in March, July and November the MSC's international enewsletter is available in English, German or Spanish language. Sign up now to receive international news.
News from your region
Targeted updates on the MSC program in particular regions, highlighting fishery and commercial developments. Sent in January, May and September. Regional enewsletters are currently available for the following regions:
- Americas (English)
- Asia-Pacific (English)
- Benelux (Dutch)
- France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland (French)
- Germany, Austria, Switzerland (German)
- Sweden (Swedish)
MSC Developing World Program Update: CommunityCatch
Find out what we’re doing to ensure developing world and small-scale fisheries have equal access to MSC’s certification program and stay up to date on the progress of the fisheries engaged in the program. If you’re a stakeholder in the developing world or small-scale fisheries, then sign up to up to receive this update three times a year in English, French or Spanish. Sign up now to receive MSC’s Developing World Program Update.
MSC Topic Updates
Detailed updates on the progress of all fisheries in the MSC program delivered to your inbox twice weekly. Include notifications on the progress of fisheries assessments and stakeholder input opportunities. Sign up now to receive fisheries updates.
Find out when updates are made to MSC scheme documents and get notified when MSC is consulting on possible program developments. Sent January and July. Sign up now to receive policy updates.
MSC-labelled product updates
Get email updates when new MSC-labelled sustainable seafood products are available. Choose to receive updates on all new products in your country, or just when there are new products from your favourite brand or retailer, or of your favourite fish. Visit our product finder to sign up for updates.
RSS feeds are a useful feature that ensure you receive the latest news on specific topics, such as an individual fishery. Find out more about feeds on the MSC site and how you can subscribe at RSS feeds.