Oceans feed us and stabilise the climate. They are being emptied of life and filled with plastic. We must protect them for all life.
There is so much more below the waves for us to discover. They contain some of the largest and least visible creatures on Earth, and some of the most intelligent too.
Every second breath we take comes from the oceans. To protect our shared oceans, we have to challenge industrial fisheries and to create vast sanctuaries to replenish them.
Let's protect our blue planet together.
There is rapidly growing concern over acts of forced labour and human trafficking in the fishing industry on a global scale.
In this report, a follow up to “Seabound: The Journey to Modern Slavery on the High Seas” (2019), Greenpeace Southeast Asia analysed complaints from Indonesian migrant fishers over a 13…
In the fourth edition of Greenpeace Southeast Asia’s Tuna Cannery Ranking, we evaluated nine canned tuna brands in Thailand, five tuna canneries in Indonesia, and six tuna canneries in the…
This report is based on a 2019 investigation conducted by Greenpeace East Asia, involving interviews with migrant fishers from three fishing vessels that were either flagged or linked to Taiwan.…
For several years now, international media has shone a spotlight on the inhumane working conditions of migrant fishers from Southeast Asia. The vessels they work on reportedly use destructive, illegal,…
Greenpeace is running an international campaign to steer the global tuna industry towards more environmentally and socially responsible sourcing.
Greenpeace’s 12-month long investigation exposes the activities of Thailand’s rogue overseas fishing fleets, the companies behind them and their supply chain connections to export markets.
“From Sea to Can: 2016 Southeast Asia Canned Tuna Ranking” is here! Examining the region’s tuna canneries and the integrity of their supply chains