Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Large-trawlers-shots---aerials---GP0446R--segment-from-00-10-42-000-to-00-19-09-000--27MDHU8JTK9.htmlConceptually similarWest Africa Fisheries 2012 ClipreelGP0446RCompleted★★★★★★★Mozambique & Mauritius ClipreelGP04F8WCompleted★★★★★★★GP0STS7E7 (segment from 00:03:05.000 to 00:03:39.000)GP0STSYKKCompleted★★★★Departure from Cape TownGP03IEXCompleted★★★★Oceans Background Archive Footage - ClipreelGP0STU3MFCompleted★★★★★★B-ROLL: Investigating fishing operations in Mauritania (LEG ONE)GP0STQNC5Completed★★★★★★Lomolomo Village, Fiji [CLIP REEL]GP1SXNKCCompleted★★★★Southern Ocean Whaling Master Clipreel 2005-2006GP049YSCompleted★★★★★★West Africa Fisheries Selected RushesGP049FZCompleted★★★★View AllGP1SV0XELarge trawlers shots - aerials - GP0446R (segment from 00:10:42.000 to 00:19:09.000)Shots of large trawlers from footage shot during the 2012 West Africa fisheries ship tour with the Arctic Sunrise.Date:15 Feb, 2012Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:8m27sAudio format:NaturalShoot:West Africa Fisheries Tour 2012West African waters including those of Senegal have been subject to overfishing for decades, the effects of which are being felt by local communities. 90% of the cost for fishing rights to huge trawlers that plunder West African waters is financed by EU tax money. The scientific community recognizes that fishing capacity of many stocks must be reduced in order to ensure the long term sustainability of West Africa’s marine resources. Greenpeace is campaigning in West Africa for the establishment of a sustainable, low impact fisheries policy that takes into account the needs and interests of small-scale fishermen and the local communities that depend on healthy oceans.