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Date taken21-Nov-22 13:27
Date modified22-Nov-22 00:37
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Focal length (35mm)24 mm
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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hagu

World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hagu

Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality and Economic Affairs also, The Ministry for Climate. Bezuidenhoutseweg 73. The Hague, The Netherlands. Monday 21 November, 2022. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 present and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion say: ‘Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing’. They go on to say: ‘Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted.’. Image: Ocean Rebellion protesters outside the Ministries of Agriculture building in The Hague, holding a fish and a shrimp placard, during the ‘World Fisheries Day’ protest, with large banner that reads: ‘WE COME TO DEMONSTRATE FISH STOCKS’. © Charles M Vella/Alamy Live News/SOPA Images