Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Yellowfin-Tuna-Auction-in-Hawaii-27MZIFLFIR3T.htmlConceptually similarYellowfin Tuna Auction in HawaiiGP0U8Completed★★★★Yellowfin Tuna Auction in HawaiiGP017TUCompleted★★★★Yellowfin Tuna Auction in HawaiiGP0WAECompleted★★★★Yellowfin Tuna Auction in HawaiiGP07GICompleted★★★★Yellowfin Tuna Auction in HawaiiGP0MF9Completed★★★★Yellowfin Tuna Auction in HawaiiGP07Z8Completed★★★★Yellowfin Tuna Auction in HawaiiGP02S2PCompleted★★★★Tuna Auction in HawaiiGP02S2NCompleted★★★★Protecting Pacific Tuna in HawaiiGP0299TCompleted★★★★View AllGP01G2ZYellowfin Tuna Auction in HawaiiA wide view of Honolulu fish market with a man with a trolley for transporting fish walking past a row of Yellowfin tuna before the daily auction at 04:30am begins. Stocks of these fish and the Bigeye tuna are destined to be critically low within three years if the fishing of the two species continues unabated. Greenpeace is calling for an immediate end to pirate fishing, a 50% reduction in the amount of Pacific tuna caught, and a global network of Marine Reserves.Locations:Hawaii-Honolulu-Honolulu fish market-Oahu Island-United States of AmericaDate:26 Oct, 2006Credit:© Greenpeace / Alex HoffordMaximum size:3308px X 2120pxKeywords:Day-Endangered species-Fish markets-Fishing (Industry)-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Overfishing-Small group of people-Trade-Tunas-Yellowfin tunasShoot:Yellowfin Tuna Auction in HawaiiThe yellowfin tuna auction at Honolulu fish market selling yellowfin and bigeye tuna. Stocks of these fish are destined to be critically low within three years if the fishing of the two species continues unabated. Greenpeace is calling for an immediate end to pirate fishing, a 50% reduction in the amount of Pacific tuna caught, and a global network of Marine Reserves.