Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Fishing-Net-on-Scottish-Pair-Trawler-27MZIFLB4QPI.htmlConceptually similarFish Catch on TrawlerGP019ILCompleted★★★★Fisherman with NetGP01JPJCompleted★★★★Net with Catch from TrawlerGP018SKCompleted★★★★Fish Caught by TrawlerGP01B51Completed★★★★Fish Catch on TrawlerGP01FL9Completed★★★★Seagulls Surround Trawler Waiting for By-catchGP018ULCompleted★★★★Fisherman and Net at Viking BankGP01JPICompleted★★★★Seagulls Surround Trawler Eating By-catchGP019J6Completed★★★★Seagulls Surround Trawler Eating By-catchGP0186FCompleted★★★★View AllGP018OSFishing Net on Scottish Pair TrawlerFishing net with the catch being pulled up on Scottish pair trawler "Our Guide".In original language:Visnet op Schotse TrawlerVisnet wordt aan boord gehaald op de Schotse trawler "Our Guide". Locations:Europe-International Waters-North Sea-Viking BankDate:4 May, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Christian AslundMaximum size:4288px X 2848pxKeywords:Commercial fishing-Fish-Fish processing-Fishing nets-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-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.