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We believe in restoring the health of the world's oceans by working with our partners, colleagues and supporters. Our new report shines a spotlight on the global impacts of the MSC program.

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Global Impacts: a summary

Introduction to and summary of the MSC's Global Impacts Report 2015.

Global impacts: fishery improvement case studies

Summaries of fishery case studies, highlighting the management and environmental improvements being made.

MSC Annual Report 2014-2015

It’s been 15 years since the first MSC certified fishery marked the arrival of a bold new program to reward and incentivise sustainable fishing.

Global impacts and credibility infographic

Environmental improvements by certified sustainable fisheries, and MSC credibility initiatives.

Global Impacts Report 2015

Read or download the full report now (PDF, 11906 KB)

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Annual Report 2014-15 highlights

Multimedia presentation of highlights from the MSC Annual Report 2014-15

About the Monitoring and Evaluation Program

The Monitoring, Evaluation and Research program aims to increase understanding of the environmental and organisational impacts of the MSC ecolabel.

Measuring global impacts

The MSC is committed to the understanding of the environmental and organisational impacts of its program.

Latest news

Romantic, sophisticated… and sustainable: Whole Foods first UK retailer to sell MSC certified oysters

Feb 12, 2016

Seafood lovers can show their Valentine that they care about the future of the oceans by serving up MSC certified oysters from Whole Foods Market

First North Atlantic blue whiting fisheries become MSC Certified

Feb 11, 2016

International group fishing for North Atlantic blue whiting (Micromesistious poutassaou) is now certified.

First octopus fishery achieves MSC certification

Feb 11, 2016

A Spanish octopus fishery has become certified to the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Fisheries Standard.

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