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World first as Greenland halibut fishery gains MSC certification

May 25, 2017

Greenland halibut becomes latest species to be MSC certified.

Canada’s first redfish fishery achieves MSC certification as sustainable

May 23, 2017

Canada’s first redfish fishery achieves MSC certification.

First Baltic Sea sprat fishery certified

May 23, 2017

The Latvian Fishermen’s Producers Organization (LFPO) has achieved MSC certification of sustainability for its sprat fishery.

Prince William Sound Alaska Salmon Proven Sustainable

May 16, 2017

The entirety of the Alaska salmon fishery, now inclusive of the Prince William Sound unit, is again certified to the MSC Fisheries Standard.

New project to map octopus fishing in the Western Indian Ocean

Mar 29, 2017

A first of its kind project will provide African fishers with a benchmark for sustainable octopus fishing

Danish Sandeel, Norway Pout and Sprat fishery achieves MSC certification

Mar 27, 2017

New certification verifies that important low trophic fish species are managed sustainably.

Poole Harbour fishermen progress with goal for certification double-whammy

Mar 16, 2017

Poole Harbour fishermen are a step closer to their world-first goal after entering the MSC comprehensive full assessment process.

MSC seeks stakeholder input on sustainable fishing and traceability standards

Mar 15, 2017

The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has launched its 2017 policy development round, opening up six areas of the MSC program to consultation from stakeholders.

Scottish group aims for eight MSC certified fisheries

Mar 03, 2017

The SFSAG has entered Rockall haddock, West of Scotland haddock, hake, plaice and whiting into MSC assessment.

First Finnish fishery enters MSC assessment

Feb 02, 2017

The Baltic herring and sprat fishery represents more than 90% Finland’s marine catch.