World Ocean Day
World Ocean Day is celebrated on 8 June 2023 and is a day to take action and raise awareness.
Our ocean needs protection.
- Our ocean covers 70% of the planet and supports all life
- Every second breath we take comes from the ocean
- Our ocean feeds billions of people
- Our ocean hosts 80% of the world’s biodiversity.
Where does skipjack tuna come from?
Discover the causes, effects and solutions to overfishing.
Sustainable seafood guide
Where to buy, what to look for and the questions to ask.
Help protect our ocean
Back on country - the Kuti Co story
Kuti Co is a Ngarrindjeri-owned enterprise providing opportunities for members of their community to get back on country harvesting kuti (aka pipis, clams or cockles) in South Australia's MSC certified Lakes and Coorong fishery.
Teach and learn ocean literacy
Use our Australian and New Zealand curriculum-relevant teaching and learning resources to discover how we can help keep our oceans healthy for generations to come.
Stories from the sea
Sustainable fishing isn't always easy. Find out what it takes from the passionate people working hard so you don't have to.
The MSC in numbers
of marine wild catch engaged with the MSC program (certified, in assessment or working towards assessment)
improvements made by MSC-certified fisheries by the end of March 2022
of certified fisheries have made improvements in practice