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Improvements made by certified fisheries are delivering measurable, positive impacts on our oceans, from reducing bycatch to advancing scientific understanding.

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MSC Global Impacts Report scrollable summary and highlights

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Beating bird bycatch, bigger lobsters and more...The stories behind the MSC program

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Annual Report 2014-15 highlights

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

MSC scholarship research program

Information about the Marine Stewardship Council scholarship research program

The MSC in numbers

The number of fisheries certified as sustainable to the MSC Fisheries Standard, and businesses holding Chain of Custody certification for seafood traceability.

Measuring global impacts

The MSC is committed to understanding the environmental and organisational impacts of our program and evaluating how effectively we are delivering our mission.

Latest news

Marine Stewardship Council appoints Eric Critchlow as new U.S. Program Director

Aug 19, 2016

MSC has appointed Eric Critchlow as the new U.S. Program Director. Eric will be based in the MSC US headquarters in Seattle.

Gloucester fishermen achieve sustainability certification for Acadian Redfish, Haddock and Pollock

Aug 18, 2016

The US Acadian redfish, haddock and pollock fisheries have achieved certification to the MSC Fisheries Standard.

MSC certified sustainable seafood now in Colorado restaurants

Aug 18, 2016

Colorado restaurants Bamboo Sushi, To the Wind Bistro and Pub 17 on Welton Street, Wild Standard and Terra Bistro now serving MSC certified sustainable seafood.

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