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New research...

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Climate change is impacting some of the world's most important fish, with some species moving North to adapt.

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MSC certified fisheries are well managed and better equipped to respond to impacts from climate change but a global solution is needed.

Through our Ocean Stewardship Fund, this year ZSL and Sustainable Fisheries Greenland will be investigating what climate change may mean for fish in the Arctic, and the fishers relying on them: https://www.theguardian.com/…/fish-species-survival-climate…

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📣 Announcement

The U.S. Northeastern Coast Longfin Inshore & Northern Shortfin Squid Fishery has joined the ranks of MSC certified sustainable fisheries around the globe.

Certification means the fishery has:

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☑️sustainable fish stocks
☑️minimal environmental impacts
☑️effective management

Congratulations to Sea Fresh USA and SeaFreeze Limited on its demonstrated leadership on sustainability: http://via.msc.org/Ewi750AlPLN

MSC North America

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