08-06-2005: NW Challenger Plateau Tasman Sea: Greenpeace activists delay the setting of deep sea bottom trawl gear aboard the vessel Ocean Reward
08-06-2005: NW Challenger Plateau Tasman Sea: Greenpeace activists motor away from the vessel Ocean Reward after cabling the trawl doors together to prevent bottom trawling proceeding.
08-06-2005: NW Challenger Plateau Tasman Sea: Greenpeace activists use wire cables to tie the trawl doors together on the bottom trawler Ocean Reward.
2005: The Rainbow Warrior in the Tasman Sea
07-June-2005: North West Challenger Plateau Tasman Sea: Greenpeace activists disrupt the setting of a bottom trawl net by attaching an inflatable life raft. The bottom trawl vessel is the 'Ocean Reward' owned by New Zealand company Talley's...
The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organisation: A case study in how RFMOs regularly fail to manage our Oceans.
Taken by a fisheries observer on board a NZ bottom trawler, this photo shows a large piece of red coral being hoisted out of a bottom trawl net. (Note more coral in the net).
Poor management of the tuna fisheries will lead to collapse of the industry and loss of livelihood and food supply for the people of the Pacific.
26-May-05: Press conference announcing Greenpeace's renewed campaign against bottom trawling in international waters held aboard the Rainbow Warrior in Waitamata Harbour, Auckland, New Zealand. From left: Carmen Gravatt: Greenpeace NZ oceans...
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