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The best way to understand the impact of the MSC programme is through those involved. Read about the passionate people taking care of our oceans.

Burry Inlet Cockles

The world's first certified bivalve fishery

Mussel Magic

Read how mussels sustain a community in Shetland

Hake: a family business

Read how Cornish hake became the first certified sustainable UK hake fishery

Switching office for ocean

Read the story of how Ocean Ambassador, Mitch Tonks, left it all behind to live along the UK's seafood coast...

A feast fit for a King(fisher)

Inside the UK's best fish and chip shop 2017, who also serves the most MSC certified species in the world

Iceland: An Olympic effort in sustainable fishing

The family business catching sustainable cod for the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Fish in a cold climate

How the ice fishers of Waterhen Lake are charting a sustainable futute

Marine biology at the top of the world

The MSC's James Simpson joined the crew of an Arctic research vessel to investigate the creatures living in the depths of Barents Sea

The easy way to make a better choice

MasterChef winner Sandra Mastio on living wild in the city and caring where our seafood comes from

The world's first certified sustainable pearl fishery

Mysteries of the deep

Mysterious creatures live in the depths of the seas off West Greenland

Suriname: The power of partnerships

How collaboration between the government, NGOs and researchers empowered the tropical shrimp fishery

Alaska pollock fishing: It runs in the family

The story of generations of Barents Sea pollock fishers and their revolutionary "catch-share" system

Skrei: in the search of the wanderer cod

On the trail of Norway's cod king...

Shuffling for sustainability

The story of South Australia's pipi cockle fishers and their unique technique

Tuna fishing after the tsunami

How one man's vision brought a sustainable future to Japan's devastated Tōhoku region

Western Australia: Riding the crest of the wave

How a lobster fishery became a state-wide inspiration for sustainability

Beating bird bycatch

Smarter fishing practices in the Southern Ocean dramatically reduce the number of seabird deaths.

Saving a clam fishery in Vietnam

Looking after 'Bluey': Australia's blue swimmer crab

Home to the iconic blue swimmer crab, the Peel Harvey Estuary is the first ever commercial and recreational fishery to be MSC certified as sustainable.

South African hake - Fishing for a future

PNA tuna - Small islands, big opportunities

The island nations of the central Pacific don't have much land. But they have an awful lot of ocean - and a precious resource within it.

India's first certified fishery: Best foot forward

The journey to sustainability for the Ashtamudi clam fishery, India.