Why stop gillnetting in the North Kimberley?

Posted on May 12, 2016

Destructive gillnet fishing is putting endangered species at risk in the North Kimberley, one of the last refuges in the world for coastal marine life. This cool new infographic has six good reasons why we need to stop gillnets on the North Kimberley coast – you can call for a gillnet ban by signing the petition to protect the North Kimberley here.

Take action now to call for a gillnet ban by signing the petition to protect the North Kimberley coast.

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