Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Crew-Member-Using-Binoculars-in-the-Indian-Ocean-27MZIFJJK2RUQ.htmlConceptually similarCrew Member Using Binoculars in the Indian OceanGP0STPT5ECompleted★★★★★★Crew on the Deck of the MY Esperanza in the Indian OceanGP0STPSKQCompleted★★★★Searching for FADs in the Indian OceanGP0STPUW5Completed★★★★Searching for FADs on the Esperanza in the Indian OceanGP0STPTDSCompleted★★★★Crew During FAD Watch in the Indian OceanGP0STPS78Completed★★★★★★Crew During FAD Watch in the Indian OceanGP0STPSKPCompleted★★★★★★★Sunrise FAD Watch on the MY Esperanza in the Indian OceanGP0STPSH7Completed★★★★Greenpeace Campaigner Looking for FADs in the Indian OceanGP0STPS77Completed★★★★Greenpeace Campaigner Looking for FADs in the Indian OceanGP0STPS7NCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STPX9TCrew Member Using Binoculars in the Indian OceanGreenpeace crew member looking through binoculars during his FAD (fish aggregation device) watch on the ship's monkey island. The Greenpeace ship Esperanza continues to recover FADs on an expedition in the Indian Ocean to peacefully tackle unsustainable fishing.Locations:Indian OceanDate:2 May, 2016Credit:© Will Rose / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5760px X 3840pxKeywords:Binoculars-Commercial fishing-Copy space-Day-Eye contact-Fish Aggregation Devices (FADs)-Fishing (Industry)-Greenpeace crew-KWCI (GPI)-MY Esperanza-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-Outdoors-OverfishingShoot:Esperanza Targets Destructive Fishing in Indian OceanGreenpeace is in the Indian Ocean to peacefully tackle unsustainable fishing by the world’s largest tuna company, Thai Union. With some tuna stocks in the Indian Ocean, such as Yellowfin, on the brink of collapse due to overfishing, the expedition is exposing Thai Union’s destructive fishing methods which contribute to overfishing and harm a range of marine life including sharks and juvenile tuna.Activists aboard the Esperanza document and peacefully oppose the destructive practices of fishing vessels supplying Thai Union, to prevent the indiscriminate harm caused to marine life. Throughout the tour, Greenpeace crew recover FADs (fish aggregation devices) placed by vessels supplying Thai Union. Supplying one-fifth of the world’s tinned tuna, Thai Union owns major brands around the world, including John West (UK and Netherlands), Chicken of the Sea (US), Petit Navire (France), Mareblu (Italy) and Sealect (Thailand).