Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Documenting-FADs-in-the-Indian-Ocean-27MZIFJJM9N1C.htmlConceptually similarDocumenting FADs in the Indian OceanGP0STPUBQCompleted★★★★Documenting FADs in the Indian OceanGP0STPUBZCompleted★★★★Documenting FADs in the Indian OceanGP0STPUC1Completed★★★★Documenting FADs in the Indian OceanGP0STPUC2Completed★★★★Documenting FADs in the Indian OceanGP0STPUBWCompleted★★★★Documenting FADs in the Indian OceanGP0STPUBXCompleted★★★★Documenting FADs in the Indian OceanGP0STPUBNCompleted★★★★Documenting FADs in the Indian OceanGP0STPUBYCompleted★★★★Documenting FADs in the Indian OceanGP0STPUC0Completed★★★★View AllGP0STPUBRDocumenting FADs in the Indian OceanMarine life swims near a FAD (fish aggregating device) in the Indian Ocean. The FAD is investigated by an ROV (remotely operated vehicle) before Greenpeace divers enter the water to inspect the FAD underneath the surface. The aggregation device is taken back to the ship to be fully dismantled by the ship's crew.Locations:Indian OceanDate:15 May, 2016Credit:© Will Rose / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5760px X 3840pxKeywords:Blue-Close ups-Commercial fishing-Day-Fish-Fish Aggregation Devices (FADs)-Fishing (Industry)-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Oceans (topography)-Outdoors-Overfishing-Underwater shotsShoot:Esperanza Targets Destructive Fishing in Indian OceanGreenpeace is in the Indian Ocean to peacefully tackle unsustainable fishing by the world’s largest tuna company, Thai Union. With some tuna stocks in the Indian Ocean, such as Yellowfin, on the brink of collapse due to overfishing, the expedition is exposing Thai Union’s destructive fishing methods which contribute to overfishing and harm a range of marine life including sharks and juvenile tuna.Activists aboard the Esperanza document and peacefully oppose the destructive practices of fishing vessels supplying Thai Union, to prevent the indiscriminate harm caused to marine life. Throughout the tour, Greenpeace crew recover FADs (fish aggregation devices) placed by vessels supplying Thai Union. Supplying one-fifth of the world’s tinned tuna, Thai Union owns major brands around the world, including John West (UK and Netherlands), Chicken of the Sea (US), Petit Navire (France), Mareblu (Italy) and Sealect (Thailand).