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Gloucester fishermen achieve sustainability certification for Acadian Redfish, Haddock and Pollock

Aug 18, 2016

The US Acadian redfish, haddock and pollock fisheries have achieved certification to the MSC Fisheries Standard.

Hastings fishermen celebrate being first in Britain to be certified sustainable for plaice

Aug 12, 2016

First British fishers to land plaice into the UK

Scientists arrive in Greenland for halibut MSC assessment

Aug 11, 2016

The fishery is responding to a request from French retailer, Picard.

Western Australia Snappers Swim into Full Sustainability Assessment

Aug 10, 2016

First temperate and tropical snappers and grouper in the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) program in Australia

Eat like an Olympian and support sustainable fishing

Aug 05, 2016

Olympic athletes are being treated to 100% certified sustainable Icelandic cod thanks, in part, to the extraordinary efforts of Iceland's fishermen.

Western Australia Deep Sea Crab Fishery MSC certified

Jul 22, 2016

Western Australia deep sea Crystal crabs now eligible to carry MSC ecolabel

Solomon Islands skipjack and yellowfin achieves MSC certification

Jul 12, 2016

The Solomon Islands skipjack and yellowfin tuna purse seine and pole and line fishery has achieved MSC certification.

MSC certification offers a proven solution to tackle the challenge of unsustainable fishing

Jul 07, 2016

A United Nations (UN) report published today shows continued pressure on marine resources.

MSC launches new toolkit to build capacity in small scale and developing world fisheries

Jul 06, 2016

The MSC's capacity building toolkit as part of its ongoing efforts to support efforts in addressing sustainability gaps in small-scale fisheries.

Mandurah’s mighty fishers unite for world’s first MSC certified recreation and commercial fishery

Jun 24, 2016

Western Australia claims the world’s first MSC certified combined recreational and commercial fishery