Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Oeans-Tour-Waddenzee-2009-Marine-Reserves-27MZIFL4CDT9.htmlConceptually similarOeans Tour Waddenzee 2009 Marine ReservesGP01S7CCompleted★★★★Oeans Tour Waddenzee 2009 Marine ReservesGP01S78Completed★★★★Oeans Tour Waddenzee 2009 Marine ReservesGP01S79Completed★★★★Oeans Tour Waddenzee 2009 Marine ReservesGP01S7BCompleted★★★★Oceans Tour Waddenzee 2009 Marine ReservesGP01SM7Completed★★★★Oceans Tour Waddenzee 2009 Marine ReservesGP01T3WCompleted★★★★Oceans Tour Waddenzee 2009 Marine ReservesGP01T3XCompleted★★★★Oceans Tour Waddenzee 2009 Marine ReservesGP01T3YCompleted★★★★Oceans Tour Waddenzee 2009 Marine ReservesGP01S7DCompleted★★★★View AllGP01S7AOeans Tour Waddenzee 2009 Marine ReservesGreenpeace anchors a lightship in the Waddezee to inform the public and discuss with supporters and opponents about marine reserves. In original language:Oceanentour Waddenzee 2009 voor ZeereservatenGreenpeace gaat met een lichtschip voor anker in de Waddenzee om publiek te informeren en discussies met voor- en tegenstanders van zeereservaten te organiseren. Locations:Netherlands-Wadden Sea-Western EuropeDate:8 Jun, 2009Credit:© Greenpeace / Karel ZwaneveldMaximum size:2912px X 4368pxKeywords:Day-KWCI (GPI)-Marine Reserves (campaign title)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-ShipsShoot:Oceans Tour Marine Reserves (Waddenzee 2009 Terschelling) Greenpeace advocates for marine reserves to give the over-fished area's the chance to recover. The Waddenzee is threatened by harmful activities like overfishing, oil and gas extraction. In June and July Greenpeace anchored a lightship on the Wadden Sea near Terschelling and Texel where a small exhibition has been set up. Discussion meetings are organised with scientists, fishermen and students and the general public is given the opportunity to come to the ship with a regular shuttle service.