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The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has decided to pause and revise its latest fisheries standard after receiving complaints from fishing industry groups, including those in Atlantic Canada, stating that the standard is vague and unworkable. The MSC plans to introduce an updated standard in July and conduct an independent review of new evidence requirements. Fisheries will be allowed to use the previous standard until February 2026, with the updated version becoming mandatory by 2030. The move has been welcomed by some industry groups but criticized by environmental organizations.

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