Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/FAD-Banner-Action-27MZIF2GQJKM.htmlConceptually similarCutting Lines on a FAD in the Pacific OceanGP01WQFCompleted★★★★FAD in the Pacific OceanGP03SBACompleted★★★★FAD in the Pacific OceanGP03SC1Completed★★★★FAD in the Pacific OceanGP03SBFCompleted★★★★FAD in the Pacific OceanGP03SCCCompleted★★★★FAD in the Pacific OceanGP03SCECompleted★★★★Illegal FAD in the Pacific OceanGP03BTACompleted★★★★★★FAD in the Pacific OceanGP03SBDCompleted★★★★FAD in the Pacific OceanGP01WSNCompleted★★★★View AllGP03SBWFAD Banner ActionGreenpeace divers hold a banner reading" Where have all the Tuna gone" below a fish aggregating device (FAD) in the Pacific ocean. Greenpeace has confiscated several fish aggregating devices which are currently banned in pockets of the Pacific Ocean. The environmental group is seeking a global ban on the use of FADs.Locations:Pacific Ocean-Western Pacific OceanDate:3 Sep, 2009Credit:© Paul Hilton / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4467px X 2804pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Blue-Diving-Diving actions-Fish Aggregation Devices (FADs)-Fisheries-Fishing (Industry)-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Marine Reserves (campaign title)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Tunas-Two people-Underwater shotsShoot:Pacific Ocean MY Esperanza TourThe Greenpeace ship MY Esperanza’s tour in the Pacific Ocean is part of an international campaign for clean and healthy oceans through the creation of a global network of marine reserves and effective enforcement of laws that protect ocean life. Greenpeace is monitoring the pockets of international waters that Pacific Island Countries want closed from all fishing activities in order to protect the declining tuna stocks. Already during the tour, the Esperanza has exposed illegal transshipment activities by Taiwanese ships, documented the oceans plunder by a Japanese ship and confiscated several fish aggregating devices (FADs) which are currently banned. Purse seine fishing vessels set their huge nets on these FADs taking everything with it, including a large by-catch of unwanted fish. Greenpeace is campaigning for a global network of fully protected marine reserves, covering 40% of our oceans.