Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Fishing-Community-in-India-27MZIF27WURW.htmlConceptually similarFishing Community in IndiaGP03D68Completed★★★★Fishing Community in IndiaGP03D6BCompleted★★★★Fishing Community in IndiaGP03D6CCompleted★★★★Fishing Community in IndiaGP03D6DCompleted★★★★Fishing Community in IndiaGP03D6ECompleted★★★★Fishing Community in IndiaGP03D6FCompleted★★★★Fishing Community in IndiaGP03D6GCompleted★★★★Fishing Community in IndiaGP03D6LCompleted★★★★Fishing Community in IndiaGP03D6MCompleted★★★★View AllGP03CVKFishing Community in IndiaThe Koli women of Vasai near Bombay in Maharashtra, have been selling fish for generations. Their day starts early when fresh fish is bought from the pier and sorted. After which they head to the city selling their wares in the municipal markets across Bombay. In addition to statistics, there is a significant and growing body of anecdotal evidence gathered from communities located all along the Indian coastline, where the fishing community are experiencing falling catches leading to growing poverty, particularly among the non-mechanised sector.Locations:Asia-India-Maharashtra-South AsiaDate:20 Apr, 2011Credit:© Sudhanshu Malhotra / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Baskets-Day-Fish-Fish markets-Fisheries-Fishers-Fishing (Industry)-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Saris-Small group of people-WomenShoot:Fisheries Crisis Documentation in IndiaDocumentation highlighting the possible fisheries collapse in India, if the fishing practices continue at the current scale. In addition to statistics, there is a significant and growing body of anecdotal evidence gathered from communities located all along the Indian coastline, where the fishing communities are experiencing fall in the catches leading to growing poverty, particularly among the non-mechanized sector.