TASMAN SEA: The NZ deep sea trawler Amaltal Voyager trawling in international waters about 1000 meters deep in the Tasman Sea. Greenpeace along with more than a thousand scientists are supporting the call for a moratorium on high seas bottom...
TASMAN SEA: A haul of orange roughy is in a bottom trawl net.
Greenpeace wants a moratorium on high seas bottom trawling, because of the vast amount of marine life that is destroyed by this fishing method.
The NZ deep-sea trawler West Bay does a fast turn after hauling its catch from international waters in the Tasman Sea. Greenpeace along with more than a thousand scientists are supporting the call for a moratorium on high seas bottom trawling,...
Report prepared for IUCN, the World Conservation Union, Natural Resources Defense Council, WWF International and Conservation International.
Most of New Zealand is submerged and forms deep-sea plateaus, volcanoes and mountain ranges, commonly known as seamounts.
The size of seamount destruction illustrated against the Eiffel Tower and Sky Tower.
Greenpeace activists atop the Orange Roughy Management Company headquaters in Nelson, New Zealand holding a banner that reads: The Orange Roughy Management Company kills more than fish. Greenpeace had been conducting a peaceful protest about the...
The Motueka Choir alongside Greenpeace activists are 'caught' beneath a large fishing net that Greenpeace hung over the Orange Roughy Management Company headquarters in Nelson today. Greenpeace had been conducting a peaceful protest about the...
2004: The Rainbow Warrior in Matauri bay where the crew have placed a wreath in memory of the first Rainbow Warrior lying below.
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