New Report Urges Urgent and Comprehensive New Approach to Secure Quota Sharing for North East Atlantic Pelagics

Coastal State governments need to urgently adopt a comprehensive new approach to reach an agreement on quota sharing for key north east Atlantic pelagic fish stocks, a new report commissioned by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has found. 

New Report Released by On The Hook Details Sector-Wide Concerns About Marine Stewardship Council

June 19, 2023 On The Hook

London – The On The Hook campaign has published the findings of its yearlong external review of the Marine Stewardship Council’s (MSC) Standard and operations. The report presents a wide range of concerns from a

The American Shrimp Processors Association Pursues Both MSC and CSC RFM Certifications

The American Shrimp Processors Association (ASPA) is excited to announce that it has contracted with Global Trust Certification, Ltd. to complete sustainability assessments of the entire Gulf of Mexico shrimp fishery for both the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and the Certified Seafood Collaborative (CSC) Responsible Fisheries Management certifications. MSC is the leading sustainable fisheries certification and ecolabeling program for wild-caught seafood throughout the world.

Hawaii’s First Restaurants and Fresh Seafood Market Achieve MSC Certification

Ahi & Vegetable, a quick service seafood, sushi, salad, and bento restaurant, and Pier 38 Fish Market, a recently opened premium seafood counter, partnered with the MSC to provide Hawaii residents and visitors alike with fresh fish and seafood products that are wild-caught, and come from a certified sustainable fishery.

Marine Stewardship Council Scales Up Fund to Help End Overfishing

The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has announced an ambitious goal to mobilise US$100 million to help safeguard the ocean and sustainable seafood supplies over the next decade. The announcement marks a significant expansion of the MSC’s Ocean Stewardship Fund which aims to end overfishing.