If we want healthy, living oceans tomorrow, we urgently need to protect the world’s oceans today – and the unregulated plunder of the Indian Ocean demands our urgent attention. Greenpeace is visiting the region to listen to communities and small-scale fishers, empowering them to defend their oceans.


 

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Casino Supermarkets: Profiting from Plunder

Blog entry by Mike Baillie | February 22, 2013

Senegal’s most iconic fish species, the thiof, is severely threatened due to overfishing. Despite this, one of the country’s largest supermarket chains, is continuing to sell the fish, driving the species to the point of complete...

Macky Sall, an ocean protector

Blog entry by Ahmed Diame | January 28, 2013

The announcement of President Macky Sall as the winner of the sixth "Excellence in National Stewardship" inspires faith, hope and confidence in me. It gives me hope that there are decision makers who cannot be diverted from the...

Going Gangnam, Greenpeace Style

Blog entry by Mike Baillie | December 19, 2012

As Gangnam fever has swept the globe, not even the Rainbow Warrior was able to escape the madness. So while sailing out in the Indian Ocean, working to document and expose unsustainable and illegal fishing practices, the crew decided...

Time to strengthen fisheries enforcement to stop pirate fishing and end overfishing...

Feature story | November 15, 2012 at 11:30

The monitoring of tuna fisheries must be strengthened and transfers of fish at sea banned to end the overfishing crisis in the Indian Ocean, Greenpeace International said on Monday after it again found illegal fishing operations in the region.

Will there be a future generation’s catch?

Blog entry by Andrea Rid | November 13, 2012

Towards the end of the Rainbow Warrior's Indian Ocean tour, the ship was starting to feel a little empty (and almost lonely) after some of the campaign staff and crew had left a little earlier to return home. Fortunately this...

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