帮助我们保护30%的海洋,抗衡工业化捕鱼

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「Seaspiracy」(「渔业阴谋」、「海洋阴谋」、「深海阴谋」)生态纪录片由咱们俩人 - 阿里・塔瑞兹(Ali Tabrizi)和露西・塔瑞兹(Lucy Tabrizi)- 来制片。请求大家协助在2030年前保护至少百分之三十的海洋,免受工业捕鱼伤害我们的海洋。

我们是阿里与露西・塔瑞兹,「Seaspiracy」的导演。在这部被受欢迎的纪录片里,我们揭露了在环球旅程时意外地发现了海洋里最具摧毁性的行业 — 捕渔业。

我们从小就热爱大海,大海给予我们欢乐和灵感。因此拍一部关于海洋生态的纪绿片一直都是我们的梦想。

当我们开始拍摄,渐渐发现各种各样在海洋发生的问题,我们意识到这部纪录片要让人看透许久被隐藏的事实。我们见证了捕渔业对海洋各种可怕的摧毁、滥用和腐败。全球商业捕鱼业正在一步一步地毁灭我们的大海。我们必须揭发捕渔业如何在背后残害我们的海洋生态。「Seaspiracy」打破了坊间一直对商业捕鱼的视而不见,听而不闻,揭露了商业捕渔业如何慢慢清空我们的海洋以及引起对气候的影响。
 
中国现时是世界上最大的商业捕鱼者。单在2015年,中国就生产了6520万吨的食用鱼产品,包括养殖渔业和直接从海里捕取的。中国有着近20万到80万艘的渔船,占世界渔业的近一半。即使中国有指定的捕鱼港口和有计划去减少捕鱼船队,但却没有划分受保护的海洋区域,也没有计划减低对海鱼的任何需求。
 
我们以这项连署请愿,谨请现任中华人民共和国生态环境部部长黄润秋于2030年之前把中国领海内30%以上海域划分并且执行「禁止捕获」的海洋保护区。
这些禁止捕获海洋保护区的作用是为了保护频临灭绝的脆弱野生动植物种群,并确保它们的栖息地可以有恢复的机会。

我们必须联手,达成全球化的效应。所以我们速请全世界各国的领导来参与,在2030年前保护至少百分之三十的海洋区域。

为什么停止在保护区内商业捕鱼这么重要?
迄今为止,捕鱼业是海洋中最具破坏性的产业。 以下是我们在制作「Seaspiracy」时发现的一些事实:

(一)商业捕鱼歼灭了世界上90%的大鱼;
(二)全球有约350亿美金的补贴给捕渔业,资助捕渔业购买更大的船,更多的燃料,捕鱼牌照和捕获更多的海洋生物;
(三)每年大约有30万只海豚、鼠海豚和鲸鱼被捕捞作业中给杀死 ;
(四)商业捕鱼每个小时可以杀害甚至三万条鲨鱼;
(五)遗失在海里的捕渔工具是最具杀伤力的海洋塑胶污染。

除非我们现在就采取行动,不然我们有生之年即将看到海洋的死亡。我们的下一代以及后裔将永远看不到这个曾经繁荣的蓝色星球,她的奇观和美丽。虽然「 Seaspiracy」揭露了真相,但我们无法单独解决这个问题。我们需要你的帮助,只要你们加入行动我们才可以一起改变这个事实。

这项请愿人数的「捐赠」只会汇到Change.org,而不是「Seaspiracy」。 如果您希望直接捐款到「Seaspiracy」这一个请愿运动,请在{此处}捐款。
 
请加入请愿活动,拯救我们的海洋。 请签署我们的请愿,成为这历史性运动的一部分,在2030年前保护至少百分之三十的海洋。
 
参考资料:

1 https://www.nature.com/articles/nature01610

2 https://unctad.org/project/regulating-fisheries-subsidies

3 https://iwc.int/bycatch

4 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0308597X13000055

5 https://storage.googleapis.com/planet4-international-stateless/2019/11/8f290a4f-ghostgearfishingreport2019_greenpeace.pdf

We made Seaspiracy. Help us protect 30% of our oceans by 2030 from industrial fishing.

We are Ali and Lucy Tabrizi, the directors of Seaspiracy. In our popular Netflix Original documentary, we chart our journey across the world as we uncover the horrors of the fishing industry - the most destructive industry in our oceans.

We’ve both loved the ocean for as long as we can remember. The sea has given us so much joy and inspiration, and it was our dream to one day make a documentary about the wonders of marine life.

But once we started filming and began to discover what was happening at sea, we knew the documentary needed to show this side of the story, that for so long has been mostly hidden from view. We witnessed horrific destruction, abuse, and corruption, and knew we had to expose how the global industrial fishing industries are killing our oceans, out of sight. We revealed a deafening silence over fishing’s role in emptying our seas, its decimation of habitat, and its role in affecting our climate.

China is the world’s largest catcher of fish—in 2015 China produced 65.2 million tonnes of food fish, both aquaculture and taken from the seas. China has anywhere from 200,000 to 800,000 fishing boats, accounting for nearly half of the world’s fishing activity. China has designated ports and plans to reduce its fleet, but has no protected marine zones and no plans in place to reduce demand for fish.

We are asking Huang Runqiu, Minister of Ecology and Environment, to create and enforce ‘no-catch’ marine reserves in at least 30% of Chinese waters by 2030.

These no-catch zones will protect vulnerable wildlife whose populations are in a state of collapse, and will ensure these habitats have a chance of recovering.

This must be a global effort, therefore we are asking world leaders to join forces and help protect at least 30% of our oceans by 2030.

Why is this important?

The fishing industry is by far the most destructive industry in our oceans. Here are just a few facts that we discovered while making Seaspiracy:

- Fishing has wiped out 90% of the world’s large fish (1)
- $35 Billion in subsidies goes to the fishing industry worldwide - paying for bigger ships, more fuel, fishing licences, and the capture of even more marine life. (2)
- Approx. 300,000 dolphins, whales, and porpoises are killed by fishing operations every year (3)
- Fishing kills up to 30,000 sharks EVERY HOUR (4)
- Lost fishing gear is by far the deadliest form of marine plastic (5)

Unless we act now we will live to see the death of the oceans, and our children will never know the wonder and beauty of our once thriving blue planet. Seaspiracy has exposed the truth, but we can’t fix this on our own. Now we need action, and that’s where you come in. Together we can change this. 

*Donations* to this petition go to change.org, not Seaspiracy. If you wish to donate directly to the Seaspriacy campaign please do so here

Join the campaign to save our oceans. Please sign our petition and become part of this historic movement to protect at least 30% of our oceans by 2030.


Sources:

1 https://www.nature.com/articles/nature01610

2 https://unctad.org/project/regulating-fisheries-subsidies

3 https://iwc.int/bycatch

4 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0308597X13000055

5 https://storage.googleapis.com/planet4-international-stateless/2019/11/8f290a4f-ghostgearfishingreport2019_greenpeace.pdf