Wahaca's Tommi Miers supports EJF's Save the Sea Campaign.
The Environmental Justice Foundation was at the Real Food Festival this year talking to the public, chefs and industry about the Save the Sea campaign and illegal fishing in West Africa.
Alongside EJF's exhibition showing the supply chain of illegal fish from West Africa making its way to Europe and the impacts on coastal fishing communities in Sierra Leone, the event was also a great opportunity for EJF volunteers and campaigners to discuss the issues and ask people why they think it's so important to Save the Sea.
EJF empowers coastal communities to document illegal fishing and shares evidence with local authorities and international policymakers so that action can be taken against pirate vessels and against the countries that fail to act against them.
An eight-country study by CARE & UN University to understand rainfall, hunger and human mobility.
Courtesy of CARE International.
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