Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Oceans-Protests-at-Portuguese-Supermarket-27MZIFIXYG8Q.htmlConceptually similarOceans Protests at Portuguese SupermarketGP022M9Completed★★★★Oceans Protests at Portuguese SupermarketGP022M8Completed★★★★Oceans Protests at Portuguese SupermarketGP022MACompleted★★★★Oceans Protests at Portuguese SupermarketGP022MBCompleted★★★★Action at Jeronimo Martins Retailer in PortugalGP01SCLCompleted★★★★Action at Jeronimo Martins Retailer in PortugalGP01SCHCompleted★★★★★★Action at Jeronimo Martins Retailer in PortugalGP01SCJCompleted★★★★Action at Jeronimo Martins Retailer in PortugalGP01SCKCompleted★★★★★★Action at Jeronimo Martins Retailer in PortugalGP01SCICompleted★★★★View AllGP022M7Oceans Protests at Portuguese SupermarketA Greenpeace activist is dressed as a fish, and other activists with banners block the entrance of Pingo Doce supermarket at Cais do Sodré, one of the busiest train stations in Lisbon. The activity is to raise awareness about sustainable fishing and on the fact that the Portuguese supermarket is not improving its offer of sustainable fish.Locations:Europe-Lisbon-PortugalDate:26 May, 2010Credit:© Miguel Manso / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4080px X 2720pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Commercial businesses-Day-Direct communications-Fish-Fisheries-Fishing (Industry)-Greenpeace activists-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Overfishing-Props-Public engagement-Railway stations-Small group of people-Supermarkets-Sustainable fishing-Theatrical costumesShoot:Fisheries Protest at Portuguese SupermarketGreenpeace activists block the entrance of Pingo Doce supermarket at Cais do Sodré, one of the busiest train stations in Lisbon. They hand out leaflets to consumers to raise awareness on sustainable fishing and on the crises faced by our oceans. Pingo Doce claims to support and preserve the oceans, but ignores the thousands of requests from the Portuguese people to improve its offer of sustainable fish. Scientists have shown that 90% of the ocean’s large fish – such as cod, tuna and swordfish - have already been fished out.