Seafood Champions Finalists Announced at Seafood Summit

SeaWeb’s Seafood Champions finalists were announced today during the opening session of Seafood Summit 2011. The Seafood Summit is internationally recognized as a key forum that inspires productive dialogue designed to help today’s global business leaders, policymakers, producers, scientists and partners in the environmental movement to critically examine the factors influencing progress toward a sustainable seafood market.


Green group applauds first eco-certification for B.C. fishery

Vancouver, BC – Eco-certification for British Columbia’s halibut fishery is an important step in moving the fishery from one with severe conservation concerns to one that has been labelled as sustainable, according to the David Suzuki Foundation. An announcement earlier today by the London-based Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) now gives the B.C. halibut fishery permission…

Love to eat fish? Do it right, help sustain oceans

Do you love to eat fish? Do you want to eat fish responsibly? Now it’s even easier to make informed decisions. The Marine Stewardship Council, the world’s leading certification and eco-labelling program for sustainable seafood, has launched its new website and it’s loaded with tips and resources to help you become an eco-friendly consumer when…