Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/While-Stocks-Last-report-launch-27MZIFLK9GZW.htmlConceptually similarWhile Stocks Last report launchGP01QAHCompleted★★★★★★While Stocks Last report launchGP01QAGCompleted★★★★Greenpeace New Zealand StaffGP04O2QCompleted★★★★Presentation Tuna Award to Pams in AucklandGP047N9Completed★★★★While Stocks Last report launchGP01QAJCompleted★★★★While Stocks Last report launchGP01QAKCompleted★★★★Activists Blockade Bottom Trawler in New ZealandGP01XOPCompleted★★★★Activists stop a bottom trawler leaving Auckland Harbour, NZGP01XOSCompleted★★★★Activists Blockade Bottom Trawler in New ZealandGP01XP2Completed★★★★View AllGP01QAIWhile Stocks Last report launchOcean Campaigner Karli Thomas holds the “While Stocks Last, Supermarkets and the Future of Seafood” report in front of a Foodtown supermarket. In the report, Greenpeace is calling on New Zealand's two major grocery retailers, Foodstuffs and Progressive Enterprises (owner of Foodtown), to adopt sustainable seafood policies. Locations:Aotearoa-Auckland-OceaniaDate:6 May, 2009Credit:© Greenpeace / Nigel MarpleMaximum size:2700px X 1800pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Day-Direct communications-Fisheries-Food-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace campaigners-KWCI (GPI)-Low angle view-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-Outdoors-Reports-SupermarketsShoot:Oceans Action to Launch NZ Fishery ReportGreenpeace creates a mock restaurant called “Jellyfish du Jour Café” on the streets of Auckland and serves a plate of jellyfish. The demonstration was held to launch a report into New Zealand's commercial fisheries and seafood sector. Titled “While Stocks Last, Supermarkets and the Future of Seafood” it warns commercial fishing is depleting fish stocks and damaging the marine environment and says supermarkets need to play a key role in creating a truly sustainable industry. The cafe offered three dishes, derived from jellyfish, highlighting this may be the only marine species left in years to come. The CEOs from New Zealand's two major grocery retailers, Foodstuffs and Progressive Enterprises, were invited to lunch with Greenpeace oceans campaigner Karli Thomas but neither attended.