Sending a message to Dongwon from across the Pacific

Greenpeace activists display banners outside the headquarters of StarKist Tuna in Pittsburgh, United States, calling on StarKist and parent company Dongwon to adopt sustainable fishing practices. Another banner suspended above an inflatable boat sends the message "StarKist Don't Wreck Our Oceans." South Korean based seafood company Dongwon, owners of the StarKist brand of canned tuna, use unsustainable methods of fishing that cause the needless death of countless sea turtles, sharks and juvenile fish of endangered tuna species.

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