Chef Ken Hom describes the detrimental impacts of shrimp farming to the marine wildlife, environment, livelihoods and human rights. Together with EJF, he encourages consumers to demand sustainable, ethically-produced shrimp.
Industrial bottom trawling is one of the most destructive forms of fishing in the world, which both destroys seabed habitats and results in huge levels of bycatch.
In North Sumatra, Indonesia, EJF has worked with partner JALA to expose how local fishing communities are the ones who suffer when fish stocks crash.
EJF delivers the boat to the communities of Sherbro Island, Sierra Leone. It will be used to help combat pirate fishing but also as a water ambulance.
'Pirate fishing' operators steal with impunity and devastate marine environments. With a Global Record of Fishing Vessels we would have a far clearer picture of vessel ownership, vessel histories as well as the size and capacity of each country's fleet.
With thanks to sound studio 4AM Productions.
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