Our oceans are under threat. Join The Black Fish in taking action to halt industrial overfishing. See how you can get involved in the growing marine activism movement or support our work at http://www.theblackfish.org/
A civilized world rests on a healthy and abundant biodiversity. We need to protect the oceans in order to sustain life - in all its forms - on this planet. Join The Black Fish in its mission to halt illegal fishing and overfishing. See how you can contribute, volunteer, take part or keep yourself in the loop with our missionshttp://www.theblackfish.org/ - image by Erik Johansson
The Black Fish will tour Finland in two weeks. Meet our crew members and learn more about our work at free public events in Tampere, Helsinki and Turku. Please share with Finnish friends and contacts!
Join The Black Fish crew during their upcoming speaking tour, raising awareness and gathering momentum to halt industrial overfishing. The tour runs across the UK and Ireland, from 15 Sep - 1 Nov. New events are added almost daily. See what’s happening locally at http://www.theblackfish.org/tour
With overfishing now reaching global proportions, industrial-scale cruelty as a result of indiscriminate fishing techniques and environmental destruction caused by fish farming, should one eat fish at all? Watch our 6 min animation film at http://vimeo.com/66514539
An estimated US $25-$29 billion in government subsidies every year continues to fund the global fishing industry. These subsidies help build new ships, increase catching capacity and modernize the seafood processing efficiency. All this to the demise of the fragile marine environment, which is already heavily overfished. The EU parliament will vote tomorrow on controversial plans to allocate a further €1.6bn in subsidies to EU fishing companies. Make sure it is not passed. See how you can take action at http://tinyurl.com/o8laxpo - illustration byLeo de Wijs Illustration / mrlee.tv
2 trillion sea animals caught from the ocean every year. 40% of them are trashed as waste. Find out more shocking facts about industrial overfishing in our new animation http://www.theblackfish.org/film - illustration by Leo de Wijs Illustration / mrlee.tv