Wednesday 18 September 2013: Greenpeace and Environment Tasmania today welcomed Senator Richard Colbeck’s proposal to conduct new surveys of the Australian small pelagic fishery, but cautioned him against using this as a stepping stone to...
It's been almost a year since the Margiris supertrawler was driven out of Australian waters. Last week, Greenpeace Chile told the notorious monster boat: "not here, not anywhere".
There are plenty of canned tuna options on our supermarket shelves and it can be confusing to know which one to choose. If there is one thing you should remember it is this – choose ‘pole and line’ caught tuna.
Greenpeace has exposed supermarkets selling overfished tuna in a guide released today that rates leading brands of Australia's best-loved seafood.
How Australian supermarkets stack up on tuna sustainability. Full report, March 2010.
Just one week after Chilean fishermen and Greenpeace vigorously protested against the Margiris mega trawler, Mauritanian fishermen and fishing communities in West Africa are also raising their voices against monster boats in their own waters. In...
Oceans campaigner Lagi Toribau, onboard the Tawainese vessel Ming Maan Shyang No. 20 to document the catch in the ship's freezer hold where 40 tuna and 41 sharks where found.
Oceans campaigner Nathaniel Pelle, onboard the Chinese vessel Ming Jin Lu Yuan 005 to document the catch witnesses sharks and rays in the bycatch.
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