Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-against-Trawling-and-Bycatch-in-London-27MZIFI3YYHH.htmlConceptually similarAction against Trawling and Bycatch in LondonGP02AAFCompleted★★★★Action against Trawling and Bycatch in LondonGP02AAMCompleted★★★★Action against Trawling and Bycatch in LondonGP02AANCompleted★★★★Ocean Action at Supermarkets in the UKGP02AD0Completed★★★★Action against Trawling and Bycatch in LondonGP02AAJCompleted★★★★Fisherman sorting catch on deck of North Sea trawler.GP0DIXCompleted★★★★Landing catch of fish on North Sea TrawlerGP0AWVCompleted★★★★Action against Trawling and Bycatch in LondonGP02AALCompleted★★★★Action against Trawling and Bycatch in LondonGP02AAHCompleted★★★★View AllGP02AAOAction against Trawling and Bycatch in LondonA mound of fish, crab and other sea life which will be discarded as 'waste' from a catch from beam trawling for plaice and cod. The notice says " 70% of a beam trawl catch gets dumped, dead or dying".Locations:Europe-London-United KingdomDate:5 Oct, 2006Credit:© Will Rose / GreenpeaceMaximum size:1960px X 3008pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Bycatch-Crabs-Day-Education-Fish-Fishing (Industry)-Fishing techniques-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Posters-Public engagement-TrawlersShoot:Action against Trawling and Bycatch in LondonGreenpeace displays 'trawler trash' in Trafalgar Square at an action to highlight the outrageous waste caused by unsustainable fishing techniques. A 20 metre long table displays thousands of dead fish, crabs, anemone and coral - all thrown away by beam trawling boats fishing for species such as plaice and cod. 70% of a beam trawl catch gets dumped - dead or dying. Greenpeace are calling on UK supermarkets to stop selling any seafood caught by beam trawlers.