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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...

What future for West African fisheries?

Blog entry by Ahmed Diamé | June 8, 2014

Every year, World Oceans Day is an important opportunity for us to reflect on our campaign to protect West Africa’s ocean ecosystems. This year Greenpeace Africa and Senegalese fishing associations are marking the day with a public...

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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