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Name that tuna

Feature Story | 1 May, 2014 at 12:33

Tuna are fish, and they are wild animals. But to many people, they are simply understood as food. It can be a bit confusing when the short hand of ‘tuna’ is used, as it covers a whole family of species, from the relatively-tiddly and widespread...

We will not be silenced

Feature Story | 1 November, 2012 at 16:11

This week a small billboard company removed our ad exposing John West’s use of destructive fishing practices. The company stated it was due to “commercial pressure.” So where did the pressure come from?

Yes we can! How Australians got John West to change its tuna

Standard Page | 4 December, 2012 at 14:59

What is sustainable tuna?

Feature Story | 24 October, 2012 at 16:17

It can be confusing. The terms sustainable, green, environmentally friendly are just some that are thrown around for consumers.

We got Australian canned tuna brands to end destructive fishing

Standard Page | 5 April, 2013 at 14:27

Incredible news from our oceans campaigners: Australia will soon become the second country in the world to commit to stop destructive tuna fishing!

John West: from greenwash to black out

Press release | 23 October, 2012 at 14:00

Tuesday, 23 October, 2012, Sydney: Australia’s biggest tuna brand, John West, blocked its Facebook page from the international community last night after it was bombarded with concerns about its destructive fishing practices.

Mythology is for Greeks, not tuna brands

Press release | 17 October, 2012 at 9:30

Spoof lifts lid on John West greenwash

Success: Woolworths changes its tuna! Will Aldi be next?

Feature Story | 13 February, 2013 at 11:52

We’ve had another huge breakthrough in our campaign to end destructive fishing. Australia's biggest retailer – Woolworths - has finally cast its vote for sustainable tuna fishing.

All big fish netted as Aldi commits to end destructive tuna fishing

Feature Story | 19 March, 2013 at 10:53

We did it! Australia will soon become the second market in the world after the UK to virtually abolish the most destructive tuna fishing methods.

(H)appy fish

Press release | 30 March, 2012 at 10:17

Newly released Greenpeace iPhone app puts Australian canned tuna brands under the spotlight just in time for Easter

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