The Rainbow Warrior at rest in Matauri Bay.
High-seas bottom trawl red herrings: Debunking claims of sustainability in the bottom trawling industry.
A case study of the flag of convienience bottom trawling vessle the Chang Xing
08-06-2005: NW Challenger Plateau Tasman Sea: Greenpeace activists from the Rainbow Warrior (background) attach buoys to the cod end of the trawl net from the deep sea bottom trawler 'Ocean Reward'.
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...
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