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MSC Annual Report 2013-2014

Fisheries in 34 countries are engaged with the MSC and over 23,000 MSC labelled products are currently available to consumers worldwide. Find out more in our Annual Report.

Seafood markets: highlights

Infographic showing increased sustainability of seafood markets through the engagement of MSC certified seafood brands, retailers and foodservice buyers.

Annual Report 2013-14 highlights

Images and infographics of highlights from the MSC Annual Report 2013-2014.

Global Impacts

Environmental and organisational impacts of the MSC’s certification and ecolabelling program.

A video message from Rupert Howes

MSC chief executive on the achievements covered in the Annual Report 2013-14 and Global Impacts 2014

Annual Report 2013-2014

Read or download the full report (PDF 3467 KB)

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Thank you to our funders and partners

A thank you from MSC CEO Rupert Howes to MSC funders and partners in 2013-14

MSC Board of Trustees

The governing body of the MSC is the Board of Trustees. The Board is advised by the MSC Technical Advisory Board and Stakeholder Council.

Program improvements

Find out how the MSC program is improving to reflect new scientific understanding and industry best practice.

Global Impacts: a summary

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

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