The World's Favorite Fish is Disappearing Before Our Eyes
Governments have completely failed to pull bluefin tuna back
from the brink of 'commercial extinction': it would have been so easy, listen to the scientists, witness the failure of the exiting management group, and agree to protection under...
The Turkish government has set its own catch limit for the endangered Mediterranean bluefin tuna - in total disregard for internationally agreed quotas and scientific advice.
On the opening day of the bluefin tuna fishing season, Greenpeace called for the fishery to be closed to prevent the species’ imminent commercial extinction – and for restaurants to stop serving the endangered fish.
By now it ought to be obvious to anyone — if we want bluefin tuna tomorrow we need to stop catching them today. But despite the clear scientific evidence and predictions of the bluefin's demise — our activists faced a two hour confrontation at...
Greenpeace activists from the Rainbow Warrior create a symbolic "tuna graveyard" with mock crosses inside a tuna ranch in Cartagena, Southeast Spain.
Greenpeace activists from the Rainbow Warrior create a symbolic "tuna graveyard" with mock crosses inside a tuna ranch in Cartegina, Southeast Spain.
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