Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-against-Bycatch-in-Germany-27MZIFINF0E6.htmlConceptually similarAction against Bycatch in GermanyGP02WXRCompleted★★★★★★★Action against Bycatch in GermanyGP02WXSCompleted★★★★Action against Bycatch in GermanyGP02WXTCompleted★★★★Action against Bycatch in GermanyGP02WXUCompleted★★★★Action against Bycatch in GermanyGP02WXNCompleted★★★★Action for Cetacean Protection in BerlinGP033RBCompleted★★★★Illustration of an American LobsterGP0STO5VICompleted★★★★Action against Bycatch in GermanyGP02WXVCompleted★★★★Action against Bycatch in GermanyGP02WXWCompleted★★★★View AllGP02WXOAction against Bycatch in GermanyAction against bycatch in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. On a 100 meter long table Greenpeace presents 11.000 marine animals who died as bycatch during a 2 hour fishing trip on the north sea. Greenpeace demands better fishery methods and large marine reserves to protect underwater wildlife.In original language:Aktion gegen Beifang in BerlinGreenpeace praesentiert auf einem 100 Meter langen Tisch vor dem Brandenburger Tor elftausend tote Meerestiere (Beifang) als skandaloese Konsequenz aus 2 Stunden Fischfang eines Nordseekutters. Greenpeace fordert schonendere Fischereimethoden und grossflaechige Schutzgebiete.Locations:Berlin-Brandenburg Gate-Europe-GermanyDate:17 Aug, 2004Credit:© Paul Langrock / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3272px X 1937pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Animals-Banners-Bycatch-Crabs-Crustaceans-Day-Death-Fisheries-Fishing (Industry)-KWCI (GPI)-Lobsters-Marine Reserves (campaign title)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Small group of peopleShoot:Action against Bycatch in BerlinAction against bycatch in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. On a 100 meter long table Greenpeace presents 11.000 marine animals who died as bycatch during a 2 hour fishing trip on the north sea. Greenpeace demands better fishery methods and large marine reserves to protect underwater wildlife.