Taiwan’s yellow card lifted
Participants in Taiwan’s Council of Agriculture have welcomed the EU decision to lift the yellow card. Image: Fisheries Agency

Taiwan’s yellow card lifted

The yellow card warning handed to Taiwan in October 2015 by the European Commission has been lifted, in recognition of the efforts made to strengthen legal framework, monitoring, control and…

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Spanish tuna fleet kick-starts full MSC process
‘This is the largest tuna fleet in the world to apply for MSC certification on this scale which shows OPAGAC’s commitment to sustainable practice and fisheries management,’ said Lloyd’s Register Fisheries Manager Polly Burns. Image: OPAGAC

Spanish tuna fleet kick-starts full MSC process

The Spanish tuna fleet has begun the process to assess all its fisheries to the MSC Standard for sustainable fishing, including operations in the the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic oceans,…

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Western Kamchatka salmon achieves MSC certification

The Russian VA-Delta Western Kamchatka salmon fishery has been certified to the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Fisheries Standard. The certification validates efforts by the remote fishery to ensure the long term sustainability of Pacific salmon, according to the Marine Stewardship Council.

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Danish North Sea cod receives MSC certification

The Danish North Sea cod fishery has achieved its long-awaited MSC certification. Certification recognises that cod caught by members of the Danish Fishermen Producer Organisation (DFPO) comes from a well-managed fishery and that fishing practices meet stringent MSC requirements.

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