Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Old-Dutch-Herring-Cart-27MZIFLWSNQ2.htmlConceptually similarOld Dutch Herring CartGP01KGECompleted★★★★Visitors at the Nostalgic Dutch Herring CartGP01KGICompleted★★★★Informing the PublicGP01KGKCompleted★★★★Greenpeace Volunteer informs the PublicGP01KGJCompleted★★★★“Detox” Second-Hand Clothes Event in AmsterdamGP04WRICompleted★★★★★★“Detox” Second-Hand Clothes Event in AmsterdamGP04WRJCompleted★★★★★★“Detox” Second-Hand Clothes Event in AmsterdamGP04WRKCompleted★★★★★★Red Gup for Oceans Campaign in AmsterdamGP01J6MCompleted★★★★Dirk van den Broek Action in AmsterdamGP01J1GCompleted★★★★View AllGP01KGGOld Dutch Herring CartThe old-fashioned Dutch herring cart on the square of Purmerend. In original language:Ouderwetse Nederlandse HaringkarDe ouderwetse Nederlandse haringkar op het plein in Purmerend. Locations:Europe-NetherlandsDate:10 Aug, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / Gerda HornemanMaximum size:2000px X 1312pxKeywords:Commercial fishing-Day-Direct communications-Fish-Fish markets-Greenpeace volunteers-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Overfishing-Public engagement-Small group of people-Sustainable fishingShoot:Endangered Fish Campaign Tour in PurmerendThis summer Greenpeace will visit Dutch markets, squares and beaches with an old-fashioned Dutch herring-cart. Not only this cart is nostalgic, but also it's content; are disappearing from our seas, which is a huge threat to the reproduction of these species and to the ecosystem as a whole. Volunteers hand out information on this problem and are giving away the "vis-a-card" or in English 'fish-a-card' ; a colorful card that clearly shows what fish is 'ok' to eat and what fish better not to eat.