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To protect precious marine environments and fishing livelihoods, and call for fish to be bought from sustainable sources

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The cities

Cities, towns and counties across the UK are joining the campaign to become places where sustainable fish is served and promoted. Find out how your local area is doing.



Read one of the many comments we've received from people who care about sustainable fish, and stories of practical action people are taking to support the campaign.

The Sustainable Fish Cities: Top Ten Swaps

Tips on sustainable alternatives to our favourite fish species, and where you can find them in supermarkets.

How you can help

No matter where you work, eat, shop or learn, you can help your city become a sustainable fish city.

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Sustainable Food Cities

Sustainable Fish Cities is the featured campaign of the Sustainable Food Cities network this year.

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Sustainable Fish City highly commended for London 2012 legacy
Sustainable Fish Cities receives an NGO Impact Award from the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management for securing pledges to serve sustainable fish from caterers that together serve well over 200 million meals per year.

Conservation groups celebrate sustainable fish in new School Food Standards
Marine conservation groups celebrate promotion of sustainable fish, and exclusion of endangered species, in new School Food Standards launched today

UK towns and cities challenged to champion sustainable fish
12 UK towns and cities are competing to become the UK's first Sustainable Fish City, where people, businesses and organisations buy, serve and promote only sustainable fish

Tesco's tinned tuna declared 'unsustainable'
In its 2014 tinned tuna league table, Tesco has been highlighted as selling an 'unsustainable' tuna brand that - due to its capture method - is said to cause unnecessary deaths of turtles and sharks. The tinned tuna league table reveals how the tins stack up.

Rio 2016 Olympics and Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games declared a ‘triumph’ for sustainable fish
Conservation groups unite to welcome verifiably sustainable fish standards for the 16 million meals to be consumed at the Rio 2016 Olympics and Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

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