Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/North-Sea-Cod-27MZIFLBRWU7.htmlConceptually similarBottom Trawling Fishing for Cod in the North SeaGP018S1Completed★★★★Fisherman with Large CodGP018LBCompleted★★★★Fishermen Gut CodGP018W7Completed★★★★Fish Catch On-board the ReiderlandGP01BM1Completed★★★★Fishermen Gut CodGP018SJCompleted★★★★Discarded Bycatch from Ivan NoresGP09KQCompleted★★★★Trawler CatchGP02WVCCompleted★★★★Fisherman with Cod on TrawlerGP019F3Completed★★★★Catch onboard Ivan NoresGP0XPICompleted★★★★★★★View AllGP018GGNorth Sea CodThe German pair trawler 'Reiderland' is bottom trawling for North Sea Cod. Ever since 2003, the International Council for Exploration of the Seas (ICES) has called for a zero catch on this stock which is critically over-fished.In original language:Noordzee KabeljauwDe Duitse trawler 'Reiderland' vist op de Noordzee naar kabeljauw. Sinds 2003 roept de International Council for Exploration of the Seas (ICES) op tot een stop op het vangen van deze vis vanwege kritieke overbevissing. Locations:Europe-International Waters-North Sea-SkagerrakDate:25 Apr, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Christian AslundMaximum size:4288px X 2848pxKeywords:Cod-Commercial fishing-Death-Fish-Fish processing-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Pair 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.