Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Portrait-of-Paloma-Comenarejo-27MZIF2DYZ87.htmlConceptually similarWendy Jennings on Arctic SunriseGP03QEVCompleted★★★★Assistant Cook Rocio PeresGP03CEQCompleted★★★★Crew on Arctic SunriseGP03QETCompleted★★★★Grace Mary O'SullivanGP01J8RCompleted★★★★Grace Mary O'SullivanGP01J8SCompleted★★★★Lena, cook on Arctic Sunrise during whaling tour. Southern OceanGP0Q6YCompleted★★★★Grace Mary O'Sullivan GP01J8TCompleted★★★★Emillie, second cook on Arctic Sunrise during whaling tour. Southern OceanGP015B8Completed★★★★Isha Anand - Southern Ocean CrewGP01F2KCompleted★★★★View AllGP03QERPortrait of Paloma ComenarejoPaloma Comenarejo, Greenpeace Spain Oceans Campaigner aboard the Arctic Sunrise.Locations:North Atlantic OceanDate:16 Nov, 2011Credit:© Pierre Gleizes / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3671px X 2442pxKeywords:Cooks-Day-Greenpeace crew-KWCI (GPI)-Lifebelts-MY Arctic Sunrise-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-Outdoors-Portraits-WomenShoot:Deep Sea Fisheries Tour in North East AtlanticGreenpeace exposes deep-sea bottom trawling as one of the most destructive and unsustainable fishery practices in Europe. This fishery is practiced from 400m to more than 1500m deep. Greenpeace is calling on European governments to scrap deep-sea bottom trawling, one of the most destructive fishing practices, through reform of its fisheries policy.