Tuna can travel thousands of kilometres in their lifetime, but they can't outrun the fishing boats any more, unless we can give them ocean sanctuaries where they can have time to recover their numbers.
Retailers’ Roles in Rescuing the World’s Favourite Fish.
Upon the opening of the 17th meeting of the members of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas, Greenpeace submitted the following document to the body's Secretariat.
In advance of the 17th annual ICCAT meeting, Greenpeace released its policy briefings to contracting parties, detailing the recommendations for outcomes of the tuna summit. The Eastern stock of Atlantic bluefin tuna is heavily over-exploited,...
Government officials, fisheries managers and Greenpeace oceans advocates will be attending the annual meeting of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission meeting, taking place 6-10 December 2010 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Greenpeace briefing on the data compiled by the ICCAT Secretariat in document COC-303/2010.
Government leaders and fisheries managers are gathering in Paris, France for the 17th annual ICCAT meeting, which will decide the future of the iconic Atlantic bluefin tuna.
Greenpeace is demanding that this year's ICCAT meeting produce a...
Sign the petition for a global network of marine reserves
Fishing is a way of life in the Maldives. It is the lifeblood of village life and using
a traditional pole and line method, tuna is caught sustainably, one-by-one,
ensuring fish for future generations.
We stand with everyone who wants healthy oceans for our children, who want marine life to thrive and the fishing industry to give jobs and a future for millions. We will be part of the movement that works to create and protect clean seas that...
Most of the global longline fisheries are operating out of control and out of sight.
A huge fleet of over 5000 vessels roams the world’s oceans with almost no control
mechanisms in place to ensure that their operations are legal, sustainable...
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