Mission Bay, Auckland

Photo | August 3, 2011

Fin brothers Clark and Bruce talk to people in Mission Bay, Auckland, about protecting tuna stocks and other ocean species from overfishing in the Pacific. The two sharks are part of the Greenpeace campaign urging Sealord and New Zealand’s main brands of canned tuna to change to sustainably caught tuna. Currently canned tuna sold in New Zealand is bought from companies using fishing methods which kill endangered sharks, turtles, juvenile tuna and other ocean species.

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