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Certification of ling, tusk and lumpfish means 69% of Norwegian wild catch is MSC certified

Oct 10, 2017

After a thorough review of the Norwegian ling, tusk and lumpfish fisheries they have achieved MSC certification.

Iceland adds world’s 1st MSC certified tusk, wolf fish and blue ling to its portfolio

Oct 09, 2017

The newly-certified fishery will also increase the supply of MSC certified plaice to the UK.

Our Ocean - Seafood leaders set out bold commitments to safeguard our oceans

Oct 05, 2017

New initiative rallies businesses committed to seafood sustainability within the timeframe of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Tallink Silja becomes the world’s first cruise line to serve MSC certified seafood

Sep 28, 2017

Five of Tallink Silja’s cruise ships, departing from Finland, have become the world’s first cruise ships to obtain MSC Chain of Custody certification.

Coles Awarded Best Sustainable Seafood Supermarket in Australia

Sep 26, 2017

MSC Wave of Change Awards recognise leadership in sustainable seafood

MSC awards more than £200,000 for research projects in small scale and developing world fisheries

Sep 25, 2017

The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has awarded funding of more than £200,000 to five projects that will aid small scale and developing world fisheries.

Camanchaca Pesca achieves MSC Certification for langostino lobster fisheries

Sep 21, 2017

Camanchaca Pesca has obtained MSC certification. The certification covers the red & yellow langostino lobster fisheries in the southern central areas of Chile.

Pacific Alliance for Sustainable Tuna earns MSC certification

Sep 07, 2017

Mexican tuna fishers build upon their sustainability achievements

World’s first MSC certified pearls confirms sustainability of intergenerational Australian fishery

Sep 06, 2017

In a ground-breaking move for wild pearls, the Australia silver lipped pearl oyster fishery is first in the world to achieve MSC certification.

MSC seeks input in maintaining world leading standards

Sep 01, 2017

From today stakeholders have the opportunity to contribute to the MSC’s requirements for sustainable fishing.