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How Australians are helping stop super trawlers everywhere

Feature Story | 8 June, 2013 at 19:41

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.

Not here, not anywhere

Feature Story | 4 September, 2013 at 11:50

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".

People power wins! Super trawler banned

Feature Story | 11 September, 2012 at 16:09

A ground-breaking announcement just in...

Super trawlers back in Australia unless Government steps in

Press release | 2 October, 2014 at 13:03

Sydney, 2 October 2014: Greenpeace is urgently calling for action by the Australian Government to permanently ban super trawlers before the current two-year ban ends on November 18, 2014.

One boat we should fear coming to Australia

Feature Story | 6 August, 2012 at 11:12

Right now, one of the world’s most notorious fishing vessels is on its way to Australian shores.

Australians win back their oceans

Press release | 11 September, 2012 at 11:47

Tuesday, September 11, Sydney: Greenpeace congratulated the Gillard government today for showing the courage to prevent the Abel Tasman super trawler fishing in our waters. Greenpeace hailed it as a victory for the Australian community which has...

Who keeps the super trawler afloat?

Feature Story | 23 August, 2012 at 18:05

Greenpeace has revealed that the company behind the super trawler Margiris is being heavily subsidised by EU taxpayers. At a time when fishing capacity must be reduced, the European Government is bankrolling the collapse of fish stocks around the...

Has Burke saved the day?

Feature Story | 7 September, 2012 at 6:43

On Monday evening the Federal Environment Minister, Tony Burke, announced his hands were tied to stop the Margiris super trawler. Instead, he would implement “tough” conditions to prevent marine animals being killed. So does this solve the problem?

The only place for a super trawler is the scrap heap

Feature Story | 19 November, 2012 at 19:11

Greenpeace welcomes the Australian Government’s decision to extend the ban on the super trawler, Abel Tasman, for 2 full years.

When does no mean no? Government should resist pressure to lift super trawler ban

Press release | 18 September, 2013 at 16:02

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...

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