For one day only let`s get tweeting
We've been to hand in your MCZ pledges to No 10 today. Tweet the minister so he can't ignore us >> More
MCS broadly welcomes CFP reforms
Another late sitting in the European Parliament has resulted in crucial reforms to the Common Fisheries Policy >>More
State of Nature report reveals shocking species decline
UK nature is in trouble says groundbreaking report from leading conservation groups including MCS >>More
Get more sustainable with our Fish of the Month
Should you choose dab in December or mussels in March?. Our new guide puts sustainability first. >> More
Fish Fighting Hugh to front MCS march on Westminster
MCS' march on Westminster gathers pace with support from Fish Fight, BSAC and Sea Life. Get involved now! >> More
Historic day for Common Fisheries Policy
MEPs made history today by voting to reverse decades of overfishing by the EU and by setting ambitious targets for the restoration of fish stocks by 2020. >> More
Crucial CFP vote tomorrow (6th Feb)
In less than 24 hours, MEPs will be voting on vital reform to the Common Fisheries Policy. You can help put pressure on MEPs to vote the right way and help stop overfishing >> More
Mackerel downgraded amid overfishing fears
MCS say eat mackerel only occasionally as it drops from our fish to Eat list in new Fishonline ratings >>More
Join our Westminster rally
On 25th February 2013, MCS is leading a march across Westminster bridge to the Houses of Parliament to show mass support for 127 Marine Conservation Zones in English seas. >> More
Quota agreements are step in right direction says MCS
Council of Ministers need to be clear when scientific advice not followed says MCS as agreements hailed a success >>More
The one-stop shop for sustainable seafood!
MCS has launched its most comprehensive sustainable seafood advice to date, giving consumers, industry, chefs and retailers the best chance they’ve ever had to make the right decision when it comes to buying seafood.
There’s now no excuse to make the wrong fish choice! Make sure you visit the Good Fish Guide to find out which kinds of fish MCS recommends you eat, and those you should avoid, along with recipe ideas, hints and tips, and much more.
For a more detailed search, you can try Fishonline, the website set up especially for the seafood industry to guide retailers, suppliers and chefs in buying seafood sustainably.