When Australians spoke out to stop the Margiris last year, we helped secure a two-year ban that stopped the destructive supertrawler emptying our oceans of fish.
The notorious monster boat, the Margiris, pulled out of Port Melbourne on Thursday on a course straight out of Australian waters.
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".
Sydney 19th November, 2012: Greenpeace welcomes the Australian Government’s decision to extend the ban on the super trawler, Abel Tasman, for 2 full years.
Sydney 13th September, 2012: Greenpeace today welcomed the passage through the House of Representatives of the Bill that will stop the super trawler, Abel Tasman, from plundering our waters.
Thursday 30 August, 2012: At 8.45am CST (time in Adelaide) Greenpeace activists on an inflatable boat intercepted the world’s second largest factory fishing trawler, the FV Margiris, and are blocking the monster ship’s attempt to sneak into Port...
Sydney, Wednesday 22 August 2012: Greenpeace has revealed that the company behind the super trawler Margiris is being heavily subsidised by EU taxpayers.
Friday 8 June: Fishermen and environment groups are gravely concerned at plans announced by Seafish on Tuesday to bring one of the world’s largest and most destructive fishing trawlers, FV Margiris, to Tasmania and are calling on the Federal...
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