Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Dead-Mangroves-in-Honduras-27MZIFH90DZ.htmlConceptually similarAbandoned shrimp ponds, Gulf of Fonseca, Honduras, Central America.GP01RNCompleted★★★★Shrimp pond under construction, Gulf of Fonseca, Honduras.GP0GM4Completed★★★★Shrimp pond. Gulf of Fonseca, Honduras, Central America.GP01CT7Completed★★★★Mangrove Deforestation for Shrimp PondsGP0V1PCompleted★★★★Dried up shrimp pond, Gulf of Fonseca, Honduras, Central America.GP04B4Completed★★★★Cleared Mangrove ForestGP014AGCompleted★★★★Shrimp farm in Ecuador.GP0TOVCompleted★★★★Shrimp Farming in MexicoGP02X2KCompleted★★★★Cleared Mangrove Forest in EcuadorGP0JPOCompleted★★★★View AllGP09W3Dead Mangroves in HondurasDead mangroves due to shrimp farming. Honduras.Locations:Central America-HondurasDate:1 Dec, 1998Credit:© Greenpeace / Francesco CabrasMaximum size:2186px X 3280pxKeywords:Aquaculture-Day-Destruction-Farming-Farming practices-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Mangroves-Outdoors-ShrimpsShoot:Shrimp Farming in HondurasCampaign against destruction of mangroves for shrimp farming. Shrimp farm in Honduras. Dead mangroves, dead fish and crabs, sedimentation and pollution due to shrimp farming. Local shrimp farm stopped by Greenpeace and 47.000 hectares of primary mangroves forest protected by Greenpeace and Coddeffagolf. Members of local communities show the polluted area.