The footage was captured by a whistleblower within the tuna industry. It is not for the fainthearted as it contains graphic killings of dolphins, manta rays and marlin – common victims of industrial tuna fishing techniques.
WARNING: Video contains disturbing images
This footage gruesomely documents how the majority of the world’s tuna is caught – with purse seine nets and FADs (fish aggregating devices). Greenpeace is calling for an end to this destructive fishing method, which not only obliterates tuna stocks, it kills huge amounts of other marine life like sharks and rays.
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This amazing film that looks at the ocean and its future. The oceans, and therefore our own future, hangs in the balance... which is very confronting really!
40 years after the founding of Greenpeace, International Executive Director Kumi Naidoo and Greenpeace International co-founder Rex Weyler discuss where the organization has come from - and where it's going.
While we tuck into our tuna sandwich, our oceans are being plundered at an alarming rate.
The UN predicts that if we don’t change how we fish, we won’t have any fish left by 2050. Greenpeace’s campaign to defend the Pacific Ocean and safeguard marine biodiversity travels from the sea to the store. Right now we’re taking action at both ends to protect the world’s favorite fish - tuna.