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Below you can find a range of key documents useful for understanding the issues and debates around IUU fishing and its control.
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Russian Reefer Mumrinskiy and Illegal Unreported Cod - Update January 2007
In August 2006, Greenpeace alerted the Dutch Government about possible illegal unreported cod onboard the Russian reefer vessel Mumrinskiy as it arriv ...
The Mismanagement of the Bluefin Tuna Fishery in the Mediterranean
It is Greenpeaces view that the the lack of controls in the Mediterranean region means that bluefin tuna are facing very serious conservation pr ...
Plundering the Pacific
Greenpeace and fisheries authorities from Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) and Kiribati undertook, over the course of seven weeks, joint surveilla ...
The Cod Fishery in the Baltic Sea: Unsustainable and Illegal
The UN states that the main factors determining biodiversity loss in our oceans are overfishing and climate change. The authors believe cod is a case ...
Scientific Report on Effort Reduction Measures in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean Tuna Fishery
This report contains scientific evidence on the status of Western and Central Pacific Ocean (WCPO) tuna stocks, which suggests that Big Eye and Yellow ...
Pacific Tuna: Stolen Fish, Stolen Futures
A Greenpeace media briefing on the fleets that they believe are destroying tuna stocks in the Pacific Ocean. ...
Pirates of the Pacific
A Greenpeace media briefing on illegal fishing in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean. ...
Where Have All the Tuna Gone?
This report examines the state of bluefin tuna in the Mediterranean Sea, reviews the different sources of information available on the fishery and on ...
Greenpeace Briefing Paper to the UN Fish Stocks Agreement Review Conference May 2006
Brieifng paper for the Review Conference on the Agreement for the Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the ...
Caught RED-handed: Daylight Robbery on the High Seas
This paper exposes what Greenpeace calls the daylight robbery taking place across the seas and outlines why regional management is not suf ...
The Binar 4 - A Case Study of the Pirate Fishing Links Between West Africa and Europe
This is a case study from the joint expedition by Greenpeace and the Environmental Justice Foundation to expose illegal fishing activities in the wate ...
The Baltic Sea: A Roadmap to Recovery
The Baltic Sea today is one of the most exploited and polluted seas in the world. This report describes the poor environmental state of the Baltic Sea ...
Headed and Gutted: exposing the role of European states, big business and the Russian mafia in illegal cod fishing in the Barents Sea
This is an updated version of the Greenpeace report Findus, Kangamiut, weak EU port states and the Russian Mafia: illegal cod fishing in the Bar ...
Dragging the Life Out of the Deep-Sea: High Seas Bottom Trawling is Pirate Fishing
The authors describe how destructive, unfair and irresponsible fishers are destroying the marine environment for future generations and ho ...
Findus, Kangamiut, Weak EU Port States and Russian Mafia: Illegal Cod Fishing in the Barents Sea Exposed
An increasing amount of cod from the Barents Sea has been delivered directly to EU harbours over the last few years. A significant proportion of this ...
Development without Destruction: Towards Sustainable Pacific Fisheries
This paper discusses the state of the Western and Central Pacific Ocean. The authors claim it is one of the last healthy fisheries left in the world b ...
Mumrinskiy Case Studies: Three Documented Cases of IUU and Mumrinskiy Through 2005
The Russian flagged reefer Mumrinskiy ranks second in the Norwegian Fisheries Directorates files over documented transports of illegal cod on Ru ...
Chang Xing: Case Studies on IUU Vessels No. 2
In June 2004 the Greenpeace ship s/v Rainbow Warrior sailed into the Tasman Sea to focus global attention on the destruction caused to dee ...
Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing in West Africa
This paper is a submission to the Technical Consultation to Review Progress and Promote the Full Implementation of the IPOA to Prevent, Deter and Elim ...
The European Union Action Plan to Eradicate IUU Fishing: a Greenpeace Critique
On 28 May 2002, the European Commission presented a proposal for a "Community action plan for the eradication of illegal, unreported and unregula ...
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