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Rainbow Warrior Indian Ocean Expedition 2012 Report (All Photographers) 

Rainbow Warrior Indian Ocean Expedition 2012 Report (All Photographers) 

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Images from the Greenpeace report: Rainbow Warrior Indian Ocean Expedition 2012 - Summary of Findings. 8 September - 11 November 2012.
The Indian Ocean is the second most important tuna fishing ground in the world, with approximately 24% of the world's tuna catch. Fishing capacity in the region is already estimated to be more than what the fish stocks can sustain in the long term. Yet, many coastal states are allowing more and more vessels to enter the fisheries, using various types of gears including large-scale driftnets.

The Case Studies in our Rainbow Warrior Indian Ocean Expedition report raise a number of concerns, and highlight the urgent need for better management of fishing fleets in the region.

Read the report here: http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/publications/Campaign-reports/Oceans-Reports/Ocean-Expeditions-2012/ 
The Rainbow Warrior in the Indian Ocean
09 October, 2012 
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Tuna Caught by Spanish Longliner
28 September, 2012 
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Pole & Line Fishing in the Maldives
30 October, 2012 
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Caught Shark on Japanese Longliner
13 September, 2012 
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Fisheries Enforcement Team on Longliner
13 September, 2012 
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Swordfish Caught by Spanish Longliner in Indian Ocean
28 September, 2012 
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Illegal Sri Lankan Fishing Boat
24 October, 2012 
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Pole & Line Fishing in the Maldives
30 October, 2012 
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Report: Rainbow Warrior Indian Ocean 2012
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01 February, 2013 
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