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What's the Catch?: In 2003, EJF began an international campaign on bycatch reduction. This campaign grew from extensive research on the wider ecosystem effects of tropical shrimp trawl fisheries.

Pirates & Profiteers: ''Pirates & Profiteers - How pirate fishing fleets are robbing people and oceans'' explores the global nature of illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing.

Farming the Sea, Costing the Earth: The impacts of irresponsible expansion of shrimp aquaculture activities over the past 25 years have been varied, and frequently interlinked, and are generally recognised by most stakeholders, including some from the industry itself.

Desert in the Delta: A report on the environmental, human rights and social impacts of shrimp production in Bangladesh.

Squandering the Seas: How shrimp trawling is threatening ecological integrity and food security around the world.

EJF Vietnam Field Notes: Describes our trip to Vietnam to learn more about the Vietnamese shrimp farming industry, as part of our campaign for sustainable shrimp production.

What's Your Poison: A report highlighting the shocking evidence of the link between pesticides and damage to human health in developing countries.

Risky Business: Vietnamese shrimp aquaculture - impacts & improvements.

Smash and Grab: Conflict, corruption and human rights abuses in the shrimp farming industry.

Death in Small Doses: A report documenting Cambodia's pesticide problems and solutions.

All At Sea: This report documents how individuals working on pirate fishing vessels can be subject to excessive working hours, incarceration, and physical abuse up to and including murder.

Lowering the Flag: This report from 2010 investigates the use of flags of convenience by pirate fishing vessels and advocates for the end of this widespread practice that is 'the scourge of today's maritime world'.