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Track a fishery

The MSC is partnering with sustainable fisheries across the globe, from large-scale industrial fisheries to small artisanal fisheries, to drive the market for sustainable seafood.

Reaching out to fisheries in South America

Fisheries in the MSC program

Find out about certified sustainable fisheries and those undergoing assessment against the MSC environmental standard for sustainable fishing.

Have your say

Get involved and comment on a fishery in assessement. Your input can help ensure well-informed, robust fisheries assessments.

Comment on an assessment

At each stage of an assessment to the MSC Fisheries Standard there is a chance for stakeholders to contribute. Find out when and how you can comment.

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What is a fishery?

A fishery is usually defined by reference to any or all of the following: target species and stock, methods and geographic area. As such, there is variation.

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The MSC applauds the decision by the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) to adopt much needed harvest control rules for skipjack tuna.

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The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has confirmed that the New Zealand hoki fisheries meets the high requirements of the MSC Fisheries Standard,

North Sea cod faces ultimate test to assess whether it is sustainable

May 19, 2016

North Sea cod has today entered Marine Stewardship Council assessment - widely regarded as the ultimate test of seafood sustainability.

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