Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Barents-Sea-Tour-MV-Esperanza-27MZIFTON1V.htmlConceptually similarBarents Sea Tour MV EsperanzaGP054RCompleted★★★★Barents Sea Tour MV EsperanzaGP011K5Completed★★★★Barents Sea Tour MV EsperanzaGP01AJMCompleted★★★★★★Barents Sea Tour MV EsperanzaGP0LDTCompleted★★★★MV Esperanza Tour NorwayGP0RB4Completed★★★★Barents Sea Tour MV EsperanzaGP012ZFCompleted★★★★MV Esperanza Tour NorwayGP0NC5Completed★★★★MV Esperanza Tour NorwayGP06U7Completed★★★★Barents Sea Tour MV EsperanzaGP0PSGCompleted★★★★View AllGP0SRNBarents Sea Tour MV EsperanzaThe Greenpeace ship Esperanza passing through the ice of the Barents Sea, with a banner that reads: 'Ocean Crime Has a Name: Bondevik' (Kjell Magne Bondevik ist the Norwegian prime minister). The cod stocks in the Barents sea are disappearing. In spring 2003 the Esperanza is patrolling in the Barents Sea north of Norway to investigate and confront large fishing trawlers in this rich but sensitive ocean. Greenpeace want the Norwegian government to establish permanent no-trawl zones to protect the cod stocks.Locations:Barents Sea-Norway-ScandinaviaDate:15 Apr, 2003Credit:© Greenpeace / Martin NormanMaximum size:3008px X 1960pxKeywords:Aerial view-Banners-Day-Fisheries-Greenpeace ships-Ice-KWCI (GPI)-MY Esperanza-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Seas-SeascapesShoot:Oceans Barents Sea Tour MV Esperanza Norway In spring 2003 the Esperanza is patrolling in the Barents Sea north of Norway to investigate and confront large fishing trawlers in this rich but sensitive ocean. The captain of the Russian trawler invites Greenpeace campaigner Frode Pleym on board and accepts a Greenpeace letter concerning trawler free zones in the Barents Sea.