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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.

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.

New report highlights the role of certification in delivering Sustainable Development Goals

Jun 01, 2017

UN Ocean Conference offers opportunity to recognise the role of certification in safeguarding our oceans

World first: Icelandic capelin is MSC certified

May 30, 2017

The Iceland Sustainable Fisheries (ISF) capelin fishery is the first capelin fishery in the world to be MSC certified as a sustainable and well-managed fishery.

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.