Reece Simspon
Reece Simspon Campaign leader

This article is about the threats of overfishing on the global eco system. It also covers brief statistics on what species are being…Read More

Overfishing | Threats | WWF

World Wildlife Fund
Overfishing occurs when more fish are caught than the population can replace through natural reproduction. Gathering as many fish as possible may seem like a profitable practice, but overfishing has serious consequences. The results not only affect the balance of life in the oceans, but also the social and economic well-being of the coastal…Read More
Reece Simspon
Reece Simspon Campaign leader

This larger net shows such an immense of tuna that has been taken from healthy eco systems and will now never return. It will be thrown…Read More

stop super trawlers overfishing globally
Reece Simspon
Reece Simspon Campaign leader

An abundance of bycatch lies dead after being fetched from the ocean never to return. As these creatures are deceased and not stored…Read More

stop super trawlers overfishing globally
Reece Simspon
Reece Simspon Campaign leader

Many bays of fish following a large trawl out at sea where these fish are left uncovered and exposed to pests such as flies and rats which…Read More

stop super trawlers overfishing globally
Reece Simspon
Reece Simspon Campaign leader

Larger amount of overfish and bycatch brought to the surface following a huge trawl which gathers abundances of species of fish by the…Read More

stop super trawlers overfishing globally