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Canada redfish fishery begins MSC assessment process

Mar 31, 2015

The Canada 3LN Division redfish fishery taking place on the Grand Banks of Newfoundland has entered the MSC assessment process.

Japan’s Meiho tuna fishery enters MSC assessment

Mar 31, 2015

Shiogama-based pole-and-line skipjack and albacore operation becomes the first Japanese tuna fishery to be assessed against the MSC Fisheries Standard.

Sustainability of the Dutch pulse trawl fishery to be independently assessed

Mar 26, 2015

MSC assessment is an opportunity for open dialogue about the sustainability of pulse trawl fishing.

Russian fishing companies Vityaz-Avto and Delta enter MSC assessment for salmon

Mar 19, 2015

Kamchatka fishing companies Vityaz-Avto and Delta enter a new assessment to the MSC Fisheries Standard for stocks of three salmon species.

Aussies Celebrate #FortheSea with Sustainable Seafood Day

Mar 18, 2015

MSC Oceania teams up with celebrities and scientists and invites all Australians to join their Friday 20 March celebration of ocean health and hearty feasts.

Partner release: Major Korean processor achieves MSC Chain of Custody certification and launches new surimi product

Mar 17, 2015

Hansung Enterprise, a seafood processor based in South Korea, has achieved MSC Chain of Custody certification and produced the new surimi product, Crami Essence

Costa Rican Nicoya Peninsula artisanal snapper fishery begins MSC assessment process

Mar 16, 2015

This is the first Central American and snapper fishery to enter the MSC program.

Spanish students win MSC scholarship award for fisheries science

Mar 16, 2015

Two PhD students from Spain have won this year’s MSC scholarship for fisheries science. They will receive up to £4,000 to support research projects in 2015.

Mexican Southern Gulf of California thread herring fishery enters MSC assessment process

Mar 13, 2015

The Southern Gulf of California thread herring fishery located in Mexican territorial waters has voluntarily entered the MSC's full assessment process.

Skidmore College is the first liberal arts college in the state of New York to achieve MSC certification

Mar 12, 2015

Skidmore College leads the way as the first liberal arts college in New York to attain MSC Chain of Custody certification.