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SOS Oceans Deep Sea Report (All Photographers) 

SOS Oceans Deep Sea Report (All Photographers) 

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GP0ALB4 
10/11/2011 
In March and April 2011, the Greenpeace ship Esperanza undertook a one month documentation expedition in the North East Atlantic to document deep sea fisheries, especially on French and Spanish vessels. This deep sea fishery is particularly destructive. 100% of the fish populations targeted by deep sea bottom trawling in the north east Atlantic are overexploited. If we keep on fishing the way we do today, the oceans will be empty in 35 years. Europe can still turn the tide on overfishing : the Common Fisheries Policy is up for review. To get fair and sustainable fisheries, Europe needs to limit the size of the fleets, and their capacity to destroy the seas, obviously by putting an end to the deep sea bottom trawling fisheries. 
French Bottom Trawler in North Atlantic
04/24/2011 
GP02JJS 
★★★★★★ (B) 
Spanish Bottom Trawler in North Atlantic
04/10/2011 
GP02JJQ 
★★★★ (E) 
Spanish Bottom Trawler in North Atlantic
04/03/2011 
GP02JJP 
★★★★ (E) 
Fishing Ship Brisa de Cedeira
04/05/2010 
GP02JKE 
★★★★ (E) 
Artisanal Fishermen in Spain
04/05/2010 
GP02JKD 
★★★★ (E) 
Fish Market in Spain
04/05/2010 
GP02JKC 
★★★★ (E) 
Artisanal Fisherman in Spain
04/12/2010 
GP02JKB 
★★★★ (E) 
Artisanal Fishermen in Spain
04/12/2010 
GP02JKA 
★★★★ (E) 
Artisanal Fishermen in Spain
04/12/2010 
GP02JK9 
★★★★ (E) 
Artisanal Fishing Ships in Spain
04/05/2010 
GP02JK8 
★★★★ (E) 
Fish Market in Spain
04/05/2010 
GP02JK7 
★★★★ (E) 
Boarding of Bottom Trawler Playa de Menduina
10/01/2004 
GP02JKH 
★★★★ (E) 
Workers on Bottom Trawler
10/01/2004 
GP02JKG 
★★★★ (E) 
Sustainable Fish in Spanish Supermarket
04/05/2010 
GP02JKF 
★★★★ (E) 
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