Fishlove is a campaign that supports and promotes sustainable fishing. Fishlove encourages fish stocks to be conserved so that people will be able to eat fish for generations to come, and that people who depend on fishing for their livelihoods can continue to do this into the future.
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Fishlove is a non profit community interest company which was set up in 2009 by actress Greta Scaachi and Nicholos Rohl, co owner of MOSHIMO, a Japanese restaurant in Brighton, to which Direct Seafoods Colchester are supplier of fresh fish and seafood. Fishlove was created to raise awareness of the unsustainable fishing practices that are destroying the earth's marine ecosystem. Since then, the Fishlove images have succeeded in bringing the subject of over-fishing to the front covers and pages of the world’s media many times over. The Fishlove project is funded by MOSHIMO, a Japanese restaurant in Brighton.
Fishlove has supported a number of campaigns to promote a sustainable future for our oceans, including ‘The End of the Line,’ OCEAN2012, BLOOM, and the Deep Sea Coalition.
Fishlove has received support for their work from a large number of NGO’s, including Greenpeace, the Marine Conservation Society, and the Environmental Justice Foundation. Maria Damanaki, the European commissioner in charge of fisheries has used Fishlove images to further her efforts to reform Europe's fisheries.
Visit the Fishlove website to read more about the campaign and to see the creative photographs of celebrities that have supported the project.