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Documentation of Fishing Activities in the English Channel 

Documentation of Fishing Activities in the English Channel 

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12/13/2014 
Greenpeace is documenting the fishing practices of big trawlers, factory ships, represented by the Dutch Pelagic Freezer-trawler Association (PFA) during the Autumn Spawning Season, around November and December every year in the English Channel. Official reports of former fishing activities in this region and season reveal how one vessel in one single trip dumped up to 600 tonnes of fish, the equivalent to 2 million meals.
The discard can be carried out for various reasons: high grading, the small size of the fish, fish that the vessel has no quota for and other non marketable marine life bycatch.
Greenpeace is campaigning to end overfishing, to stop destructive monster boats and to promote low-impact fishing methods. 
Documenting Fishing Activities in the English Channel
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Stop Monster Boats Banner in the English Channel
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Stop Monster Boats Banner in the English Channel
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Fishing Activities in the English Channel
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