When it comes to stopping the strip-mining of the sea, it's time for governments to walk the walk so deep-sea critters can swim the swim.
Defending our Oceans was on the road in Europe with our "Deep look into the Oceans tour". It was a deep-sea “road show” for the people of Europe and their decision makers.
Before the start of negotiations to create a Regional Fisheries Management Organization for the South Pacific, activists dressed as deep-sea creatures were “caught” and raised eight meters in a giant net, with a banner that read NO BOTTOM...
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The Blobfish, also known as a Fathead (genus Psychrolutes) trawled during the NORFANZ expedition at a depth between 1013 m and 1340 m, on the Norfolk Ridge, north-west of New Zealand, June 2003.
Greenpeace activists prevented four pirate fishing trawlers from leaving Rostock harbour with chains and oil drums. One vessel was chained to the harbour wall and hung with a banner reading 'Stop pirate fishing'. A fifth trawler left Rostock last...
No more fish, just the last, deepest survivor. Now, how can we get to it?
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