The Greenpeace Blog
Last week senators in Brazil approved a text that condemns the Brazilian forests, a deal between government and agribusiness made in back rooms and secret meetings, and they rejected an amendment that calls for a ten-year moratorium on deforestation... Read more >
The majority of canned tuna worldwide is caught using purse seine nets... Read more >
Last week we found evidence of high seas pirates illegally fishing tuna.
The high seas pockets have long been a playground for pirate fishers making it difficult for surrounding Pacific Island countries to manage their shared fish ... Read more >
On the eve of the latest round of climate talks in Durban, Greenpeace declares that it is time for our governments to listen to the people, and not the polluters. Read more >
As communities around the world are facing real climate impacts o...
Big thanks to cartoonist Joe Mohr for helping to bridge the gap between humans and tuna!
TAKE ACTION: Send a message to Chicken of the Sea demanding they end destructive fishing practices. Read more >
If you're not already familiar with the terrible tuna catching technology of Fish Aggregation Devices (FADs), this video spells it out in devastating detail.
In short, it's a lowdown approach that involves throwing detritus in to the ocean, and the... Read more >