5 results found
 

Thai fishing fleet moving to Indian ocean to avoid regulation, finds Greenpeace...

Press release | December 16, 2016 at 13:06

A 12-month investigation by Greenpeace Southeast Asia has found that Thailand’s overseas fishing fleets are intentionally shifting to remote waters in order to avoid fishing regulations.

Greenpeace Frees Marine Life

Feature story | May 5, 2008 at 0:00

Over the weekend Greenpeace Australia and the Esperanza undertook an action against Taiwanese Longline fishermen, freeing sharks, tuna, marlin and an endangered Olive Ridley turtle from the hooks of a vessel fishing in the international waters of...

Top rice exporters say no to genetically engineered rice

Feature story | November 28, 2006 at 0:00

Good news: the world's first and second largest exporters of rice have agreed to shun genetically engineered (GE) varieties. A recent agreement between rice traders from Thailand and Vietnam protects half the crop traded on the world market from...

Are there human rights abuses in your seafood?

Blog entry by Anchalee Pipattanawattanakul | December 21, 2016

Migrant workers from Cambodia and Myanmar are being used as forced labour in the Thai fishing industry. Using tricks of deception, non-binding verbal agreements and induced debt, these workers catch fish both for human consumption and...

Defending the Pacific - Part 3

Blog entry by Greg | May 5, 2008

Greenpeace activists take on controversial Taiwanese longliner, Ho Tsai Fa 18, in the Pacific Ocean, 03 May 2008. Greenpeace wants this area of the high seas to become part of the first marine reserves in international waters.

1 - 5 of 5 results.