Greenpeace HUM111 week 1

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Greenpeace.org Randy Metris II HUM/111 10/18/11 Jayme Rawson
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Greenpeace .org cares for the environment and fights back for nature in many ways. One of the issues is the way fisherman are destructive in their practices. Greenpeace and the ship Esperanza patrol the western and central Pacific Ocean. In search of vessels engaged in destructive activities, especially commercial whalers. This issue has morals of having respect for other living creatures in the world. The global fish stocks are suffering from overfishing and the top marine predators are already gone. When fisherman use nets and long line to catch tuna other creatures of the sea are tangled in the nets, like sea turtles and sharks. These fish aggregating devices (FADS) are cast adrift to catch tuna, then the by catch is discarded back into the ocean. Leading to an extremely destructive fishing practice, this is in moral to treat another creature this way and it effects are eco-system. Another in moral destructive fishing is whale slaughter
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