Find out about certified sustainable fisheries and those undergoing assessment against the MSC environmental standard for sustainable fishing.
Get involved and comment on a fishery in assessement. Your input can help ensure well-informed, robust fisheries assessments.
At each stage of a fishery assessment there is a chance for stakeholders to contribute - find out when and how.
A ‘fishery’ in the MSC program may include one or more ‘units of certification’, defined by reference to target species and stock, geographic area, method, gear, practice and/or vessel type.
If you are a stakeholder in a fishery, you are an essential source of information that will be needed to conduct a meaningful assessment of that fishery. Find out more about why you should get involved.
Aug 15, 2014
British Columbia Canada’s wonderful natural resource — the Sockeye Salmon return to the Fraser River.
Partner release: Trading places, hands-on student expedition brings MSC certified tuna fisheries closer together
Aug 14, 2014
Two aspiring pole and line fishers from the Maldives journey to WA state to learn how to fish for albacore tuna, in association with IPNLF
Aug 13, 2014
A large group of Dutch, German, French, English, Lithuanian, Danish and Irish pelagic fishers has entered the first blue whiting fishery into MSC assessment.