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Greenpeace UK has been taking action against industrial fishing ships trawling in so-called Marine Protected Areas. New evidence has emerged that trawlers have been bulldozing the wreck of the world's oldest slave ship.
Greenpeace is placing more boulders in the Dogger Bank Marine Protected Area to stop destructive bottom trawling as the UK government has failed to commit to boosting legal protections for this sensitive habitat
Activists have prevented a 117m long supertrawler from fishing within a Marine Protected Area off the coast of Scotland. Greenpeace has also created a 'boulder barrier' to stop harmful bottom-trawling in a 47 square mile area of the North Sea.
It's like driving a bulldozer through a nature reserve
Millions of people across the world rely on fishing for their food and livelihood, but – like other food systems – it can work better for both people and the planet. Here’s why environmentalists should support sustainable, small-scale fishers in the UK.
London, 9 May 2020 - Britain’s small scale more sustainable fishers have been plunged into crisis by the COVID19 pandemic.
The UK’s small-scale fishers have been struggling for decades due to climate change, industrial overfishing and unfair quota systems. Now, the coronavirus pandemic is pushing local fishers to the brink, and the government’s new support package won’t fix the long-term crisis.