Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Purse-Seine-Vessel-Morne-Blanc-in-Transit-in-the-Indian-Ocean---B-roll-27MZIFJWR4E_2.htmlConceptually similarJapanese Purse Seiner Fishing on FADsGP03IJUCompleted★★★★★★Action against Japanese Purse Seiner GP03IA5Completed★★★★Bamboo FAD Underwater GP03IC5Completed★★★★Illegal Purse Seine Fishing VesselGP03IJ8Completed★★★★FADs Underwater in West Pacific OceanGP03IFVCompleted★★★★★★Illegal Purse Seine Fishing VesselGP03IJBCompleted★★★★Illegal Purse Seine Fishing VesselGP03IJ9Completed★★★★Banner Action on Purse Seine VesselGP03IC8Completed★★★★Illegal Purse Seine Fishing VesselGP03IJACompleted★★★★View AllGP0STS2UDPurse Seine Vessel Morne Blanc in Transit in the Indian Ocean - B-roll French purse seine vessel Morne Blanc operating in the Indian Ocean. The Morne Blanc has two crow's nests and a total of six binoculars used for spotting FADs (fish aggregating devices) and tuna at sea. Greenpeace continues on an expedition in the Indian Ocean to peacefully tackle unsustainable fishing. The expedition is exposing destructive fishing methods which contribute to overfishing and harm a range of marine life including sharks and juvenile tuna.Locations:Indian OceanDate:13 May, 2016Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:2m6sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :B-ROLLKeywords:Aerial view-Fishing (Industry)-Fishing vessels-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Seine fishingShoot:Esperanza Targets Destructive Fishing in Indian Ocean (VIDEO)Greenpeace is in the Indian Ocean to peacefully tackle unsustainable fishing by the world’s largest tuna company, Thai Union. With some tuna stocks in the Indian Ocean, such as Yellowfin, on the brink of collapse due to overfishing, the expedition is exposing Thai Union’s destructive fishing methods which contribute to overfishing and harm a range of marine life including sharks and juvenile tuna.Activists aboard the Esperanza document and peacefully oppose the destructive practices of fishing vessels supplying Thai Union, to prevent the indiscriminate harm caused to marine life. Throughout the tour, Greenpeace crew recover FADs placed by vessels supplying Thai Union. Supplying one-fifth of the world’s tinned tuna, Thai Union owns major brands around the world, including John West (UK and Netherlands), Chicken of the Sea (US), Petit Navire (France), Mareblu (Italy) and Sealect (Thailand).