The Marine Stewardship Council warns that a growing population and increased demand for seafood are set to place even greater pressure on the world's ravaged fish stocks
Could insect farming help slash the environmental footprint of farmed fish?
Planet Tracker reaches its conclusion in a carefully argued analysis that urges policymakers to draw on the power of financial markets to support commercial fishing companies while marine ecosystems regenerate
The green group has called on the government to reject the 'flawed status quo' and ban the controversial vessels from Marine Protected Areas after its findings reveal that foreign-owned ships racked up more than 123 days fishing in ecologically-sensitive...
Benyon Review sets out plans for significant strengthening of marine protection in UK waters, as new study highlights how ocean habitats can help boost climate resilience
Investigation indicates UK shoppers may be indirectly and unknowingly consuming wild fish in their farmed fish products
Ensuring a thriving underwater ecosystem is a key part of the SDG14 agenda - here Simon Hillbourne of the Fish-Free February campaign argues cutting fish from diets can help highlight the importance of sealife to the planet
The seas are warmer than at any point in human history and life under water is facing myriad threats, but there are still reasons to hope the Sustainable Development Goal focused on the world's oceans can be met
New range of fish-free products took five years to develop using brand's signature mycoprotein
Sustainable catch limits on key species after Brexit would also boost the economy by more than £300m a year as stocks recover, analysis shows
Sustainability charity Hubbub launches boat made from 99 per cent recycled plastic waste on Thames in bid to raise awareness of marine plastic pollution
A recovery from near total collapse has led North Sea cod stocks to be labelled as sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council for the first time in 20 years