Published by Angela Glienicke – twenty-first November 2017
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ItвЂ™s World Fisheries Day today and Greenpeace Africa has posted a report that is new the threats unlawful and overfishing practises pose towards the livelihood of an incredible number of Africans. In mere twenty days, Greenpeace and fisheries inspectors from Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Sierra Leone and Senegal discovered 17 vessels contravening relevant guidelines, including participation in unlawful transshipment, fishing in breach of the permit conditions, making use of unlawful nets and shark finning. The pictures using this year show our investigation and expose the harmful fishing techniques and over exploitation happening in West African waters. All pictures are by photographer Pierre Gleizes.
Inspectors and Greenpeace campaigners take a seat on a expansive ship on their means for a top ocean control of Chinese fishing trawler FU HAI YU 1111 by Sierra Leone fishery inspectors. The watercraft is arrested and delivered to Freetown after unlawful fishing gear was found up to speed. Sierra Leone fishery inspectors undertake a top sea control of Chinese fishing trawler FU HAI YU 1111. The watercraft happens to be sent and arrested to Freetown after unlawful fishing gear was found agreeable. The Greenpeace ship Esperanza can bee seen when you look at the history. The catch log guide is on scraps of paper. Sierra Leone fishery inspectors undertake a higher sea control of Chinese fishing trawler FU HAI YU 2222. A fisherman works on board the FU YUANG YU 380 Chinese boat that is fishing. Continue reading “In images: Nevertheless loads of seafood within the African that is west Sea Greenpeace investigates on World Fisheries Day”