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JOIN OUR CAMPAIGN TO SAVE OUR SEALIFE
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OVERFISHING IS DESTROYING OUR OCEAN WILDLIFE
 

Every day, the large-scale fishing industry exploits our seas - scraping the ocean floor and catching and killing some of our most precious marine species. We're determined to expose the killers, and save our sealife.

 

The indiscriminate methods used by the large-scale fishing industry mean that when a monster ship sets out to catch a fish like tuna, they bring in a 'by-catch' of thousands of fish, marine mammals and sea birds. This 'by-catch' of sharks, endangered turtles, baby tuna - even small whales- is then chucked, dead or dying, back into the sea.

 
 
 
 
AN INDUSTRY OUT OF CONTROL
 

Global demand has driven rampant overfishing of tuna, which has pushed it to the brink of extinction. And other species could follow. As well as threatening tuna populations, the unsustainable fishing practices of the industry is leading to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of thousands of sharks, turtles and baby tuna.

 
 
JOIN OUR CAMPAIGN TO SAVE OUR SEALIFE
 
 
THE GREENPEACE SOLUTION
 

We want the oceans to be a place where marine creatures can flourish and rear their young - without getting caught in destructive nets, suffocated by plastics, poisoned by toxins or harassed by industrial noise. We want to save our sealife - and we need you to help us. We're starting by exposing the destructive practices of the largescale fishing industry. We want the world to see the havoc this industry are wreaking on our oceans and put a stop to the indiscriminate fishing methods that needlessly kill hundreds of thousands of creatures every year.

 
A SANCTUARY
 

With you by our side, we can expose the industrialised overfishing that is wiping out our precious ocean life and save our sealife. Together we will campaign for 40% of the world's oceans to be declared as marine reserves - areas protected from industrial exploitation and large-scale commercial fishing where species as diverse as turtles and dolphins and sharks can flourish. And together, we will force the industry to commit to sustainably practices in the remaining 60% - giving our fish populations a chance to recover.

 
 
JOIN OUR CAMPAIGN TO SAVE OUR SEALIFE


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