Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Fishing-Industry-on-Atlantic-Ocean-27MZIFRROO9.htmlConceptually similarFishing Industry on Atlantic OceanGP0R1VCompleted★★★★Fishing Industry on Atlantic OceanGP0W4QCompleted★★★★Fishing Industry on Atlantic OceanGP01EG7Completed★★★★Fishing Industry on Atlantic OceanGP0O7NCompleted★★★★Fishing Industry on Atlantic OceanGP0AWDCompleted★★★★Cetacean Sighting Survey in UKGP0LELCompleted★★★★On board the fishing trawler OKFISH 9, off the coast of Sierra Leone.GP0QQECompleted★★★★Dolphin Bycatch Tour in English ChannelGP049NMCompleted★★★★Fishing Industry on Atlantic OceanGP02GLMCompleted★★★★View AllGP08CBFishing Industry on Atlantic OceanSoviet Trawler with Red fish catch. NW Atlantic.Locations:Atlantic Ocean-North Atlantic OceanDate:5 Sep, 1990Credit:© Greenpeace / Robert VisserMaximum size:3257px X 2150pxKeywords:Day-Fish-Fisheries-Fishers-Fishing (activity)-Fishing (Industry)-Fishing nets-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-Outdoors-Overfishing-TrawlersShoot:Fishing Industry on Atlantic OceanThe M.V. Moby Dick is in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean to investigate fishing practices. The ship and it's crew confront trawling vessels in protest of over fishing practices. The crew also meets locals to observe sustainable fishing traditions.