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Greenpeace welcomes Sealord change in tuna

Press release | May 29, 2013 at 14:59

Greenpeace has welcomed news that Sealord will phase out a destructive tuna fishing method that kills sharks, turtles and baby tuna.

NZ tuna brands must follow UK

Press release | July 27, 2011 at 10:07

Auckland, 27 July 2011 – An announcement yesterday that means all the main tuna brands in the UK are shifting to greener fishing methods has set a sustainability benchmark that New Zealand must follow says Greenpeace.

Sealord urged to change its tuna

Press release | June 1, 2011 at 12:23

Auckland, 1 June 2011 – Tuna stocks and other ocean life are being threatened by the fishing methods used to fill Sealord tuna cans, says Greenpeace.

The solution is to change the way we fish

Page | April 21, 2011 at 11:50

Tuna is the world's favourite fish. It's not about ending fishing, it's about better fishing.

Change your tuna says Greenpeace to NZ brands

Press release | April 27, 2011 at 12:12

Auckland, New Zealand brands of canned tuna are selling fish which has been caught using methods that are wiping out the main source of our tuna stocks from the Pacific and are killing endangered marine life, says Greenpeace.

Time's running out for tuna

Feature story | April 20, 2008 at 22:35

Tuna stocks in the Pacific are running out due to overfishing from illegal and commercial fishing fleets.

Sealord takes a step but still at the back of the pack

Blog entry by Karli Thomas | January 31, 2013

For close to two years we’ve been asking Sealord, New Zealand’s largest brand of canned tuna, to stop selling tuna which is caught using a method that destroys countless marine creatures, including sharks, baby tuna and turtles. ...

Canned tuna's secret catch

Video | April 19, 2011 at 11:30

Check out the fishing method that is being phased out by New Zealand’s big canned tuna brands.

Helicopter pilot blows whistle on tuna industry

Video | June 12, 2012 at 7:25

This footage was given to Greenpeace by someone inside the tuna fishing industry who'd had enough of the destruction.

The global tuna industry is increasingly an industry divided

Blog entry by Oliver Knowles | March 22, 2013

The recent news from Australia that Aldi, the last of the major companies in that market holding out against introducing sustainable tuna, has now decided to join the growing band of progressive companies delivering sustainable tuna to...

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