Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Arctic-Sunrise-in-North-Sea-27MZIFLBQ7K9.htmlConceptually similarCarisanne II near The Arctic SunriseGP01CLMCompleted★★★★★★MY Arctic Sunrise in the Arctic SeaGP1SUBFXCompleted★★★★★★★MY Arctic Sunrise in the Atlantic OceanGP021MRCompleted★★★★By-catch Discarded by TrawlerGP0187BCompleted★★★★★★Gull at Sunset in the North AtlanticGP025RFCompleted★★★★Gull seen during the Go Beyond Oil TourGP025RPCompleted★★★★Seagulls Surround Trawler Eating By-catchGP0186FCompleted★★★★Seagulls Feed on By-catch From TrawlerGP0198TCompleted★★★★MY Esperanza Ship Tour in the North SeaGP1SV4LKCompleted★★★★View AllGP018B4Arctic Sunrise in North SeaGreenpeace ship the Arctic Sunrise is in the North Sea during the 'North Sea Tour 2007'. In original language:Arctic Sunrise in de Noordzee Greenpeace schip de Arctic Sunrise in de Noordzee tijdens de 'Noordzee Tour 2007'.Locations:Europe-International Waters-North SeaDate:14 May, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Christian AslundMaximum size:2719px X 3866pxKeywords:Birds-Day-KWCI (GPI)-MY Arctic Sunrise-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Seagulls-SeasShoot:North Sea Tour Monitoring Fishing ActivitiesThe Arctic Sunrise tours the North Sea to document fishing activities. The focus of the tour is on cod fishing which is particularly rife in these waters and is endangering the population of the species. Greenpeace fears that, if fishing for cod is allowed to continue, then cod will be wiped out completely in the North Sea. They call for the implementation of Marine Reserves which would specify areas where fish would be protected.