Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-at-Supermarket-C1000-in-Amersfoort-27MZIFL6CUKY.htmlConceptually similarAction at Supermarket C1000 in AmersfoortGP01J76Completed★★★★Action at Supermarket C1000 in AmersfoortGP01J75Completed★★★★Action at Supermarket C1000 in AmersfoortGP01J78Completed★★★★Action at Supermarket C1000 in AmersfoortGP01J79Completed★★★★Action at Supermarket C1000 in AmersfoortGP01J7BCompleted★★★★Action at Supermarket C1000 in AmersfoortGP01J77Completed★★★★Productschap Vis offered Greenpeace Netherlands FishGP01P3VCompleted★★★★★★Supermarket Day Action in the NetherlandsGP01J2DCompleted★★★★★★Forests Action at Wijma in Kampen GP0V72Completed★★★★View AllGP01J7AAction at Supermarket C1000 in AmersfoortBert Roetert, chairman of the board of C1000, and Carien de Bas, spokeswoman for C1000. In the back we see the banner that reads "C1000, stop verkoop foute vis, dat scheelt!" which is a reference to the supermarkets own commercial campaign and translates into "C1000, stop selling unsustainable fish, that makes a difference!" In original language:Directievoorzitter en Woordvoerdster Hoofdkantoor C1000 Amersfoort Bert Roetert, directievoorzitter en Carien de Bas, woordvoerdster voor C1000. Op de achtergrond is het spandoek te zien met de tekst: "C1000, stop verkoop foute vis, dat scheelt!" Dit is een verwijzing naar de reclameslogan van de C1000, “dat scheelt!”. Locations:Amersfoort-Europe-NetherlandsDate:11 Dec, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Cris Toala OlivaresMaximum size:2979px X 2007pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climbing actions-Commercial fishing-Fisheries-KWCI (GPI)-Low angle view-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Overfishing-Supermarkets-Two peopleShoot:Action at Supermarket C1000 in AmersfoortGreenpeace activists put up a banner and a fish bone of 630 by 197 inch on the rooftop of the head office of supermarket C1000 (Schuitema). The banner reads "C1000, stop verkoop foute vis, dat scheelt!" which is a reference to the supermarkets own commercial campaign and translates into "C1000, stop selling unsustainable fish, that makes a difference!" The protest is against the range of fish the supermarkets sell, because half of it consists of unsustainable fish or fish with an unclear origin. Greenpeace demands that C1000 immediately stops selling endangered fish and implements a sustainable fish policy. In this policy there can be no place for over-fished species or seafood species fished or farmed using environmentally destructive methods. At present none of the Dutch supermarkets obtain all their seafood from sustainable sources. This is the conclusion from the supermarket league table published by Greenpeace. Since the release of the first ranking in September 2007, more supermarkets are trying to implement a sustainable sourcing policy for fish. Scientists are warning of the rapid disappearance of fish from the oceans. Since the beginning of 2007 Greenpeace has urged supermarkets to halt the plundering of our seas.