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Spain Goes Ahead Fishing Red Tuna in Mediterranean Sea


Environment  (tags: conservation, ecosystems, oceans, animals, government )

Ramon
- 3934 days ago - oceansentry.org
The Spanish government will go ahead fishing immature red tuna in the Mediterranean Sea, as General Director of Fishery Resources and Aquaculture, Fernando Curcio spoke out defending the legality to this over-fishing as 'issue of minor importance'.



   

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Ramon C (41)
Tuesday May 13, 2008, 4:20 pm
This is a shame for Spain. The government ignores the European Union warnings and laws and name this illegal hunt as "traditional fishing methods". Actually the 90% of the hauling will be exported to Japan!
 

Bonne d (2)
Thursday May 15, 2008, 7:25 am
Actions like this by the Spanish government make me ashamed to be Spanish--Spain is ignoring what is right to do what will make quick cash--the short term gain winning over the long term one.
 

Kathleen Irwin (28)
Thursday May 15, 2008, 8:03 am
What a shame. Certainly doesn't make me want to support Spanish Tourism nor produce - nor recommend any of my friends and colleagues either! One of the very few ways to make any government listen through their pockets and their economy.
 

Kurt van der Blom (20)
Saturday March 6, 2010, 10:41 am
Please sign the petition to get the blue fin tuna on CITES 1
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/enough-talk-time-to-back-tuna-trade-ban
 
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