Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Italian-Artisanal-Fisherman-in-Sicily-27MZIFVU3XTB.htmlConceptually similarItalian Artisanal Fishermen in SicilyGP04LD0Completed★★★★Italian Artisanal Fishermen in SicilyGP04LD1Completed★★★★★★Italian Artisanal Fisherman in SicilyGP04LD6Completed★★★★Italian Artisanal Fishermen in SicilyGP04LD4Completed★★★★Italian Artisanal Fishermen in SicilyGP04LD7Completed★★★★Italian Artisanal Fishermen in SicilyGP04LCYCompleted★★★★Italian Artisanal Fishermen in SicilyGP04LCZCompleted★★★★Italian Artisanal Fisherman in SicilyGP04LD5Completed★★★★Italian Artisanal Fishermen in SicilyGP04LD2Completed★★★★View AllGP04LD3Italian Artisanal Fisherman in SicilyMimmo is an italian artisanal fisherman. He is at the fish market in Trapani, Sicily, to sell the fish he caught at night.Greenpeace is campaigning for a Common Fisheries Policy reform, that would end overfishing carried out by industrial fleets and support artisanal fisheries that use selective methods and respect the environment.In original language:Mercato del pesce di Trapani, SiciliaAl mercato del pesce, vicino al porto peschereccio, Mimmo vende quanto pescato durante la notte. Esce da solo con la sua piccola imbarcazione e utilizza il tremaglio per prendere seppie, salpe, tordi, mormore e molte altre specie. Porta tutto al mercato ittico locale e passa la mattina a vendere il pescato.Locations:Europe-Italy-Sicily-TrapaniDate:10 Apr, 2013Credit:© Greenpeace / Lorenzo MosciaMaximum size:5387px X 3574pxKeywords:Common Fisheries Policy (CFP)-Day-Fish-Fish markets-Fisheries-Fishers-Fishing (Industry)-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Small-scale fishing-Sustainable fishingShoot:Artisanal Fisheries in Italy Documentation on Italian artisanal fisheries in Trapani, Sicily. Artisanal fisheries represent 82,79% of the EU fishing fleet, yet are not listened to by the EU governments. Greenpeace is campaigning for a Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) reform, that would end overfishing carried out by industrial fleets and support artisanal fishermen that use selective methods and respect the environment.