Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Fisheries-Protest-at-Portuguese-Supermarkets-27MZIFIXCHR8.htmlConceptually similarFisheries Protest at Portuguese SupermarketsGP022D8Completed★★★★Fisheries Protest at Portuguese SupermarketsGP022D7Completed★★★★Fisheries Protest at Portuguese SupermarketsGP022DACompleted★★★★Fisheries Protest at Portuguese SupermarketsGP022D9Completed★★★★Fisheries Protest at Portuguese SupermarketsGP022DBCompleted★★★★Oceans Protests at Portuguese SupermarketGP022MACompleted★★★★Action at Jeronimo Martins Retailer in PortugalGP01SCICompleted★★★★Oceans Action for Low Ranking Fisheries in PortugalGP01SC9Completed★★★★Oceans Action for Low Ranking Fisheries in PortugalGP01SC8Completed★★★★View AllGP022DCFisheries Protest at Portuguese SupermarketsGreenpeace volunteers, one dressed as a fish, are protesting in front of the Pingo Doce and Minipreço supermarkets in Campo de Ourique to inform the consumers that the two supermarkets are the last ranked retailers in Greenpeace's Third Retailer Ranking in Portugal. Greenpeace is asking the supermarkets to develop sustainable fish sourcing policies.Locations:Europe-Lisbon-PortugalDate:14 May, 2010Credit:© Miguel Manso / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 2000pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Day-Fisheries-Fishing (Industry)-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace volunteers-KWCI (GPI)-Leaflets-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Overfishing-Props-Sunny-Supermarkets-Sustainable fishing-Three peopleShoot:Fisheries Protest at Portuguese SupermarketsGreenpeace pressure Pingo Doce and Minipreço supermarkets to develop sustainable fish sourcing policies. The two Portuguese supermarkets are the last ranked retailers in Greenpeace's Third Retailer Ranking guide in Portugal. Volunteers hand out leaflets to consumers to raise awareness on sustainable fishing and on the crises faced by our oceans. Scientists have shown that 90% of the ocean’s large fish – such as cod, tuna and swordfish - have already been fished out.