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Professor Michel Kaiser to join MSC as Science & Standards Director

Mar 20, 2018

Prof. Kaiser, Professor of Marine Conservation Ecology at the School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University will be the new MSC Science and Standards Director

Independent Adjudicator backs PNA tuna fishery recertification decision

Feb 28, 2018

24 challenges to individual scoring issues dismissed

Russian red king crab fishery is MSC certified in world first

Feb 23, 2018

The Russian Red King Crab fishery in the Barents Sea has become the first king crab fishery in the world to achieve MSC certification as a sustainable.

MSC process transparent and scientifically robust, encourages stakeholder input

Jan 31, 2018

The Marine Stewardship Council’s (MSC) vision is to keep our oceans teeming with life and to safeguard seafood supplies for future generations.

World’s First anglerfish (monkfish) fishery MSC certified

Jan 26, 2018

The Iceland Sustainable Fishery (ISF) anglerfish fishery has gained MSC certification.

MSC sets out agenda to strengthen assurance model and revisions to certification requirements

Jan 24, 2018

MSC will release changes to its certification requirements, strengthen its assurance model and initiate a process for the review of its Fisheries Standard.

Fiji longline fishery gains sustainability certification for yellowfin tuna

Jan 24, 2018

Recertification adds yellowfin tuna as a certified species to previously certified catches of albacore and extends the area of the fishery beyond the Fiji EEZ.

Sustainability Sizzles as Northern Prawn Fishery Once Again Reels in the MSC Blue Tick

Jan 21, 2018

The Australian Northern Prawn Fishery (NFP) has achieved the fishery’s first recertification to the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) fishery standard.

MSC adopts new requirement for the assessment of fisheries

Jan 19, 2018

All fishing activities on a target stock on a single trip to be certified against the MSC’s Standard for sustainable fishing.

All Icelandic pelagic catch now MSC certified - 90% of all catch from Iceland is certified

Jan 18, 2018

ISF Blue Whiting joins Iceland's MSC certified pelagic fisheries, heralding a milestone for Icelandic sustainable fishing.