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Greenpeace welcomes Foodstuffs' change of tuna

Press release | June 7, 2011 at 18:24

Auckland , 7 June 2011 – Greenpeace welcomes today’s announcement by supermarket chain Foodstuffs, owner of the Pams brand, that it will be shifting the majority of its Pams canned tuna to more sustainable sources.

Sealord lonely cheerleader for deadly fishing method

Press release | March 20, 2013 at 12:31

Auckland, 20 March 2013 – Sealord is now the only big Australasian canned tuna brand which has refused to stop using a destructive fishing method which kills sharks, juvenile tuna and turtles, Greenpeace warned today.

Greenpeace releases shocking whistleblower footage of marine life killed by tuna fishery

Press release | November 17, 2011 at 11:10

Auckland, 17 November 2011 - Greenpeace today released shocking footage and images of whales and a marlin and ray dying at the hands of industrial tuna fishers in the Pacific Ocean (1).

Greenpeace welcomes Greenseas tuna news

Press release | October 19, 2011 at 14:48

Auckland, 19 October 2011 - Last week’s announcement that a second tuna brand sold in New Zealand will be shifting to ‘greener’ tuna is good news for the Pacific, says Greenpeace.

Greenseas going ‘greener’

Feature story | October 31, 2011 at 10:00

Good news for tuna and other ocean creatures! A second major canned tuna brand has announced it will be phasing out tuna caught using a fishing method which kills large quantities of other marine life.

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Sealord - so 2011

Blog entry by Phil Crawford | April 9, 2013

Picking up an old magazine can transport you back to a time littered with embarrassing fads and fashions. A colleague of mine, Sam, experienced this recently in downtown, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, where he is a campaigner. He...

More boats and more fishing will end up in empty plates and empty future

Blog entry by Apple Chow | December 10, 2012

Fishing is not quite what it used to be. Even in the Pacific where images of sunny shores, palm tress and little canoes may prevail, reality underneath the waves is quite something else. Some of the biggest and most powerful fishing...

Where are all the tuna boats?

Blog entry by Phil Crawford | September 13, 2011

I’ve been writing about tuna fishing in the Pacific for the last 18 months but being here and seeing it first hand is giving me a new perspective on scale. Over the next three months the crew of the Esperanza will be campaigning in...

Sealord lonely cheerleader for deadly fishing method

Blog entry by Karli Thomas | March 22, 2013

On Wednesday we revealed Sealord is the only big Australasian brand which has refused to stop sourcing tuna caught by fleets using a destructive fishing method which kills sharks, juvenile tuna and turtles. New Zealand’s largest...

Look what the FAD dragged in

Blog entry by Karli Thomas | October 24, 2012

Greenpeace has long been concerned about the bycatch caused by the use of Fish Aggregating Devices, or FADs, with purse seine nets. This fishing method is a deadly combination of a floating object, left adrift for weeks or months, and...

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