"The End of the Line" -- perhaps the best book on the subject.
Explore options for campaign themes and publications with Charles Clover.
Might also develop presentations.
From Ocean to Aquarium
The product of a collaboration between UNEP-WCMC, the Marine Aquarium Council (MAC) and the industry itself. It is the first of its kind, examining issues surrounding the trade of live coral, fish and invertebrates for the marine aquarium trade, and presenting a comprehensive and independent synthesis of related information. "
Could form the basis for materials and displays for aquariums...
Using the ecological footprint approach to explain the issue.
See for example, an article by Paul Holthus on the eco footprint in the Netherlands and marine ornamentals.
Nearly 100,000 vessels make up the European Union fishing fleet. This includes boats that fish both in EU waters (the domestic fleet), in the waters of other countries and in international waters (the deep-sea fleet). In addition, there is an unknown number of vessels belonging to other European countries that are not members of the EU which could approach a figure half that of the EU fleet.
Oceans in danger
Pollution, over-fishing and over-hunting, mining, the destruction of the oceans’ richest areas, the massive occupation of the coasts and the alteration of their chemical composition and temperature are leaving a mark that is difficult to erase.
Other relevant reports and docs available from Oceana at: