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Greenpeace Urges WA Governments to Develop Sustainable Fisheries

Press release | June 29, 2011 at 18:00

Dakar June 29, 2011 – Greenpeace Africa today highlighted the plunder of West Africa’s once rich fishing grounds through presentations under the theme: «Towards sustainable fisheries … Greenpeace and West African fishermen map out the future … »,...

TEPCO Admits Full Meltdown

Feature story | May 16, 2011 at 13:55

Greenpeace today criticised TEPCO and the Japanese government for continuing to downplay the seriousness of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear crisis. Yesterday TEPCO admitted that a partial meltdown of the reactor 1 core at the Fukushima Daiichi...

In Another Life

Blog entry by Mike Baillie | October 7, 2012

It’s the same faces on every tuna longline fishing boat we see. The young Indonesian men, the Vietnamese eyes under floppy hats, the Filipino guy hunched over a basket of fishing line. They reach out their hands and help us onto...

It's time for Mauritius to take ownership of its waters

Blog entry by Simon Clydesdale | October 16, 2012

The Greenpeace flagship Rainbow Warrior has spent the past few days hosting all the key players in one of the Indian Ocean’s prime tuna hubs – Port Louis in Mauritius. This is a welcome turnaround. Just a few days ago it didn’t...

Looking Beyond the Dolphins

Blog entry by Mike Baillie | August 22, 2012

I was walking along the side of the ship, looking out across the sea onto the shore. There was quite a strong wind blowing, enough to fill three of our sails, but the waves hadn’t picked up yet. I leaned over the side and said how much...

Local Fishermen in Mauritius

Image gallery | October 16, 2012

Looking to the African Voices Tour

Blog entry by Björn | March 31, 2011

It was the second wave which finally capsized the small boat, throwing the fishermen onto the beach. Chaos followed, I heard screams, and saw women watching the men as they tried to get the ten-meter long wooden boat back under control...

Underwater World in Mexico

Video | December 10, 2010 at 11:55

In Cancun, Greenpeace and 350.org partnered to film activists amongst underwater statues, bringing attention to the plight of coastal communities that will be affected by sea level rise.

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