Change your Tuna!

Photo | 27 June, 2011

01 june 2011, New Zealand. Greenpeace activists dressed as sharks at the launch of a public campaign urging New Zealand seafood brand Sealord to become a market leader in sustainability for canned tuna sold in New Zealand. Greenpeace is asking Sealord to stop buying tuna for its canned products from companies that use destructive fishing methods like purse seine nets combined with fish aggregation devices. Read more

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