Join us to halt the illegal overfishing of our oceans

Our oceans are dying. We have lost 90% of all large fish in the world's oceans over the last 50 years due to the introduction of industrial fishing techniques. Scientists have estimated that we could be faced with a dead ocean within just 4 decades - unless we ensure destructive fishing ends.

The Black Fish is pioneering a new approach to marine conservation and working across Europe to expose and challenge illegal and destructive fishing practices. Join the growing movement and help take action. Subscribe to our mailinglist, make a donation or sign up for membership. Alternatively, see how you can get more actively involved.



  • The Black Fish's Losing Nemo wins US film prize

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    The Black Fish and Mister Lee, the animation studio that produced the animation film Losing Nemo, were awarded during this year's San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival, the largest event of its kind. The 2014 animation award was presented to Douwe van der Werf, director of the film. Read more...

  • The Black Fish joins call to halt chemical weapons dump

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    The Black Fish has joined a growing number of conservation organisations in their call to halt the dumping of Syria's chemical weapons in the Mediterranean Sea. The dumping of the weapon's waste only adds to existing environmental threats and will have unknown consequences, say leading marine scientists. Read more...






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