Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Chicken-of-the-Sea-Protest-Billboard-in-California-27MZIFJ678K4W.htmlConceptually similarChicken of the Sea Protest Billboard in CaliforniaGP0STPEPLCompleted★★★★★★Chicken of the Sea Protest Billboard in CaliforniaGP0STPEPOCompleted★★★★Chicken of the Sea Protest Billboard in CaliforniaGP0STPEPPCompleted★★★★Chicken of the Sea Protest Billboard in CaliforniaGP0STPEPQCompleted★★★★Chicken of the Sea Protest Billboard in CaliforniaGP0STPEPRCompleted★★★★Chicken of the Sea Protest Billboard in CaliforniaGP0STPEPSCompleted★★★★Chicken of the Sea Protest Billboard in CaliforniaGP0STPEPUCompleted★★★★Chicken of the Sea Protest Billboard in CaliforniaGP0STPEPKCompleted★★★★Chicken of the Sea Protest Billboard in CaliforniaGP0STPEPMCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STPEPNChicken of the Sea Protest Billboard in CaliforniaWorkers finish the installation of a billboard along Pacific Coast Highway in San Diego, California. More than 80,000 people have written to Chicken of the Sea asking them to choose for a responsible sourcing policy that protects fishers and our oceans. More than 1,250 people pitched in to fund three "Rippin' up the Sea" billboards in San Diego, one directly across from the company headquarters.Locations:California-North America-San Diego-United States of AmericaDate:4 Nov, 2015Credit:© Sandy Huffaker / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5760px X 3840pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Billboards-Day-Fishing (Industry)-KWCI (GPI)-Manual workers-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Seafood-Thai Union Group-TunasShoot:Chicken of the Sea Mermaid Protest in CaliforniaHannah Fraser, acclaimed mermaid performance artist and ocean activist, protests ocean destruction near the headquarters of canned tuna company Chicken of the Sea. The Thai Union-owned canned tuna industry is destroying marine environments and trampling human rights. Canned tuna, one of the last remaining wild foods, is sending many species to the brink of extinction. Countless animals such as sharks, turtles, rays and baby fish of many types are killed every year in the activities of the global tuna industry.