Sea of Tranquility

Two stakeholders in Mexico tell how they put their differences to one side to chart a sustainable path.

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Independent adjudicator issues final decision on Australian orange roughy

An Australian orange roughy fishery will not be certified to the MSC’s global standard for sustainable fishing.

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North sea herring fish

Safeguarding the fish that feed other fish

Hear industry leaders discuss how to maintain sustainable small pelagic fish populations while meeting demand for farmed fish.

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Can shark fishing be sustainable?

Sharks provide a valuable source of protein for many communities around the world. They are important predators that help keep marine ecosystems in balance.

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Meet the Ocean Ambassadors

A wide overhead shot of a sealine and a hoarde of boats and catamarans in the sea.

Ocean Lives

Fishing is more than just a job, it forms the backbone of many communities. Read about passionate people bringing sustainable seafood to your plate and download our small-scale fisheries report.

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