Over 90% of the world's largest predator fish are gone. Others are in serious trouble including key species of tuna.

It's a shocking figure. And if something isn't done soon, one of the planet's major food sources could disappear for good. Nowhere is this problem more urgent than in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean.

Major US companies like Chicken of the Sea get most of their tuna from this part of the world. Almost all of it is caught by Asian owned boats using destructive fishing practices such as Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs) that kill a lot more than just tuna. Our future is at stake here.

That's why the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) meeting in Guam next week is so important. Leaders there have a chance to get oceans management right. The US delegation can play a huge role there, but they're only going to do it if the American public speaks up.

speak up at:
https://us.greenpeace.org/site/Messa...0&dlv_id=24903