The Guardian: ‘Fishyleaks’ website hopes to land those guilty of overfishing


 ‘Fishyleaks’ website hopes to land those guilty of overfishingKaren McVeigh, The Guardian, 16 July 2019:

“We created Fishyleaks to help those who want to share information with us, in a confidential, anonymous and secure manner,” said Rebecca Hubbard, programme director at Our Fish.

“Europe’s fisheries are a common resource, for the benefit of all citizens, that should be managed sustainably and legally to ensure the future of coastal communities, food security and ocean health in the face of the climate crisis. Fishyleaks aims to provide a platform for people who witness activity that undermines these important aspirations, so that they can share that information, while minimising risk to themselves.”

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