News: Sea change campaign
21 December 2018
The Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI) that we set up in 2015 to tackle the issue of lost fishing equipment globally is putting marine pollution from the fishing industry on the global agenda
22 November 2018
We've moved supermarkets Tesco and Lidl, and the world’s biggest food company Nestlé, to tackle 'ghost gear'. The companies are joining our Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI) to fight against this colossal threat to marine life
29 October 2018
Thanks to your support, we have persuaded supermarkets Tesco and Lidl and the world’s biggest food company Nestlé, to act on lost fishing waste, also known as Ghost Gear.
16 October 2018
The Tangaroa Blue Foundation, an Australian-wide charity dedicated to the removal and prevention of marine debris, has joined the GGGI.
17 September 2018
This week we’re celebrating this incredible decision from the International Whaling Commission (IWC). Lost and abandoned fishing gear – ghost gear – is the biggest threat to whales and other marine life
24 August 2018
Ghost gear is a term for lost and abandoned fishing nets that circle the seas entangling, injuring and killing precious marine life.
08 June 2018
We’re diving into Home Street, the mobile gaming app, to spread the word on lost and abandoned fishing gear, one of the most harmful threats to wildlife in our oceans
29 March 2018
The health of our oceans and sea animals is at peril. Urgent action to turn the tide is needed, new research reveals.
13 March 2018
To help protect animals from lost and abandoned fishing gear, one of the world’s largest seafood companies and tuna producers has joined the Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI), which we launched in 2015
08 March 2018
When fishing gear is lost or abandoned, it turns our oceans into a sea life death-trap – but big companies can help stop animals suffering