Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-against-Trawler-in-North-Atlantic-27MZIF2DYI6K.htmlConceptually similarAction against Trawler in North AtlanticGP03BDDCompleted★★★★Action against Trawler in North AtlanticGP03BD6Completed★★★★Action against Trawler in North AtlanticGP03BD9Completed★★★★Action against Trawler in North AtlanticGP03BDACompleted★★★★Action against Trawler in North AtlanticGP03BDBCompleted★★★★Action against Trawler in North AtlanticGP03BDCCompleted★★★★Action against Trawler in North AtlanticGP03BDECompleted★★★★Action against Trawler in North AtlanticGP03BDFCompleted★★★★Action against Trawler in North AtlanticGP03BDGCompleted★★★★View AllGP03QEZAction against Trawler in North AtlanticGreenpeace activists from the MY Arctic Sunrise attach floating devices to the cables of the Spanish fishing trawler Muxia, registered in Cadiz forcing her to haul her nets empty, less than an hour after starting the trawl. The trawler is fishing at 450 meters deep, 170 km off the west coast of Ireland in the north east Atlantic ocean destroying the fish habitats of over exploited stocks. Greenpeace is currently in the The North East Atlantic exposing deep-sea bottom trawling as one of the most destructive and unsustainable fishery practices in Europe.Locations:North Atlantic OceanDate:21 Nov, 2011Credit:© Pierre Gleizes / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3286px X 2187pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Birds-Bottom trawlers-Bottom Trawling-Day-Fisheries-Fishing (activity)-Fishing (Industry)-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace inflatables-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-OverfishingShoot:Deep Sea Fisheries Tour in North East AtlanticGreenpeace exposes deep-sea bottom trawling as one of the most destructive and unsustainable fishery practices in Europe. This fishery is practiced from 400m to more than 1500m deep. Greenpeace is calling on European governments to scrap deep-sea bottom trawling, one of the most destructive fishing practices, through reform of its fisheries policy.