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Costco improves seafood policies in a stunning win for the oceans

Blog by Casson Trenor | February 24, 2011 13 comments

I’m elated to share with you a major win for the oceans! After eight months of pressuring Costco to improve their seafood policies—I’m overjoyed to tell you that the wholesale giant announced a new policy aimed at helping to save the...

New Greenpeace report: Carting Away the Oceans

Blog by Casson Trenor | April 12, 2011 6 comments

Today marks the release of Greenpeace USA’s fifth Carting Away the Oceans (CATO) report , our periodic snapshot of seafood sustainability in the US grocery sector. Over the past three years, this report has tracked a current of...

4 Surprising Places You Should Never Buy Seafood From

Blog by Casson Trenor | January 26, 2011 2 comments

Greenpeace Oceans Campaigner, Casson Trenor has a monthly column on Alternet.com about protecting our fisheries and ocean health through sustainable seafood. Here's a great selection from his first installment: In 2009,...

Is our pressure on Costco working?

Blog by Casson Trenor | November 16, 2010 9 comments

I want to thank you for being on the frontlines and helping us pressure Costco to protect the oceans by saying no to wholesale destruction. I’m hesitant, but want to share with you that it appears our pressure may be working. ...

Act locally, make change globally: Help end the sale of illegal whale meat in Japan

Blog by Casson Trenor | March 10, 2011 3 comments

Every year, the Japanese whaling fleet makes its annual journey to the Southern Ocean whale sanctuary with the intent of slaughtering over a thousand whales in the name of “research.” The vast majority of this whale meat ends up in...

A Message from Casson Trenor, Oceans Campaigner, on Costco Victory

Video | February 24, 2011 at 9:38

Greenpeace Oceans campaigner, Casson Trenor, announces that the Costco campaign is victorious after the company has pledged to remove red-list fish products from their stores and take a leadership role in aquaculture and the canned tuna industry.

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