Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-against-Trawlers-in-Norway-27MZIFQE4JD.htmlConceptually similarAction against Trawlers in NorwayGP0UQECompleted★★★★Action against Trawlers in NorwayGP0AN6Completed★★★★Action against Trawlers in NorwayGP0HTQCompleted★★★★Action against Trawlers in NorwayGP01CIJCompleted★★★★Action against Trawlers in NorwayGP0LDUCompleted★★★★Action against Trawlers in NorwayGP012ZGCompleted★★★★Action against Trawlers in NorwayGP0AN5Completed★★★★Action against Trawlers in NorwayGP014XXCompleted★★★★Action against Trawlers in NorwayGP0PAKCompleted★★★★View AllGP0FTQAction against Trawlers in NorwayGreenpeace activists sitting in a fishing net while holding banners that read: '(Jens) Stop the factory trawlers' in Norwegian. The activists are waiting for Jens Stoltenberg, the Norwegian Prime Minister to leave a governmental meeting in Bodoe. Greenpeace is demanding the Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg deny Norwegian and foreign factory trawlers permission to enter Norwegian fishing grounds. The fish caught by these Norwegian and foreign factory trawlers is mainly cod, which is frozen and ends up on markets across Europe.Locations:Bodoe-Europe-Norway-ScandinaviaDate:27 Jun, 2001Credit:© Greenpeace / Dick GillbergMaximum size:2160px X 1440pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Crowds-Day-Demonstrations-Fisheries-Government buildings-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-TrawlersShoot:Action against Trawlers in NorwayGreenpeace activists prevent the Russian-flagged trawler Arctic Corsair, owned by the British shipping company Boyd Line, from leaving Tromso harbour for fishing small cod in the Barents Sea. Greenpeace demands that Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg shuts out Norwegian and foreign factory trawlers from the fishing area.