Which ocean creature sends a shiver down your spine?
If you go down in the deep today, you might get a big
surprise. At Hallowe’en the usual ghosts, ghouls and monsters are all-too-familiar.
But if you want a real fright, you really need to see what’s lurking in the
So, prepare yourself as we introduce you to seven of the spookiest, kookiest and most sinister
denizens of the deadly deep, deep sea.
John West promised its customers that all of its tuna would come from sustainable fishing methods in 2016. But their bosses are breaking that promise, infact they’ve managed a measly 2%.
Destructive tuna fishing by companies like John West are putting ever more pressure on tuna populations, and damaging all kinds of marine animals - including endangered species - which are needlessly killed in the hunt for the tuna we eat.
John West’s claims that its customers can see “exactly where their fish was caught” is deeply misleading - according to a crowdsourced Greenpeace investigation.
The investigation found tuna cans with “100% traceable” label can’t be traced as John West claims and that the company has been failing to publicise the fact that some of its tuna comes from Thailand- a country notorious for human rights abuses in the fishing industry.
It’s only been a few days since our tuna league table exposed John West’s broken promise to only source sustainable tuna, but it’s been making waves everywhere. We’ve had celebrities like Gillian Anderson coming out in support of the campaign, and were even invited on This Morning with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall to talk about how John West’s customers have been duped.
is landlocked, so it wouldn’t be the first place you would expect to find
fishers! However, this weekend Madrid was met with the presence of more than 50 low-impact fishermen who came from Belgium,
France, Ireland, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and the UK. The meeting
was a notable achievement on the cusp of LIFE’s (Low Impact Fishers of Europe) first
John West are failing to meet their commitment to source sustainable tuna
The new Greenpeace tinned tuna league table exposes the wide gulf between UK supermarkets and brands which have taken sustainability seriously and those which have simply broken promises to clean up. Use this to help you decide which brands to buy and which to avoid until they improve.