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North Sea cod certified as sustainable

Jul 19, 2017

British fish back with a bang after more than a decade

Australian Heard Island and McDonald Islands Toothfish continues to meet global sustainability standard

Jul 18, 2017

Southern Ocean toothfish fishery achieves its first MSC recertification

More Swedish pikeperch is MSC certified

Jul 14, 2017

Pikeperch, also known as zander, caught in the Swedish lakes of Mälaren and Vänern can now be sold with the blue MSC label.

Tesco nabs top sustainable fish counter award

Jul 07, 2017

The annual MSC UK Awards

MSC Board strengthens stakeholder engagement and consultation

Jun 26, 2017

The MSC Board of Trustees meeting in Hamburg, June 21 – 23 has agreed new measures to strengthen multi-stakeholder engagement and consultation.

Brits all at sea on old fish names

Jun 22, 2017

Half don’t know what a kipper is

Fiji commits to have 75% of all longline vessels MSC certified

Jun 13, 2017

Fiji, the co-host of the first United Nations Ocean Conference, has pledged to have at least 75% of all long line fishing vessels certified by the MSC.

Australian Western rock lobster fishery achieves world-first with fourth recertification to MSC Standard

Jun 13, 2017

The Australian Western rock lobster fishery is the first MSC fishery to be recertified for a fourth successive certification period.

MSC welcomes research calling for global solutions to overfishing

Jun 09, 2017

The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) welcomes the publication of a paper recommending solutions to ending the overexploitation of fish stocks globally.

MSC and Chinese partners including Tmall announce commitment to sustainability

Jun 09, 2017

The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) together with leading Chinese partners announced their commitment to sustainability.