Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Fish-On-board-the-Carpe-Diem-27MZIFLICX04.htmlConceptually similarFish On-board the Carpe DiemGP0196OCompleted★★★★Fish On-board the Carpe DiemGP019GRCompleted★★★★Fish On-board the Carpe DiemGP018X8Completed★★★★Fishermen Organize Catch On-board the Carpe DiemGP0198SCompleted★★★★Cod to be DiscardedGP019BYCompleted★★★★Landing catch of fish on North Sea TrawlerGP0AWVCompleted★★★★Fisherman sorting catch on deck of North Sea trawler.GP0DIXCompleted★★★★Trawler CatchGP02WVCCompleted★★★★Action against Trawling and Bycatch in LondonGP02AAOCompleted★★★★View AllGP01DM7Fish On-board the Carpe DiemGreenpeace document fishing activities in the Eastern North Sea. They are on-board the Danish fishing vessel, Carpe Diem, that is trawling for Crayfish. An estimated 50 percent of the catch is discarded. In original language:Vis aan boord van de Carpe DiemGreenpeace documenteert vis-activiteiten in de oostelijke Noordzee. Ze zijn hier aan boord van de Deense trawler 'Carpe Diem', die met sleepnetten vist op kreeft. Ongeveer 50% van de vangst zal overboord worden gegooid als bijvangst. Locations:Europe-International Waters-North SeaDate:21 Apr, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Christian AslundMaximum size:4288px X 2848pxKeywords:Close ups-Fish-Fisheries-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Shrimps-TrawlersShoot: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.