Posted on Monday, August 12th, 2013 by Uri Halevi
Myboat is a Greenpeace campaign that aims to get people involved and calls to support sustainable fishermen around the world before the sea will run out of fish.
Greenpeace is probably the most famous environment non-profit organization in the world. Myboat is an online campaign that strives to expose people to the global extinction threat that marine creatures face in light of the numerous fishing boats that occupies the seas. The site introduces you to this global problem and offers you the opportunity to get involved simply by signing their petition. After you’re done signing, your paper is folded into a paper boat and is set into the sea where it will find its way to the Arctic Sunrise, Greenpeace’s support sustainable fishermen flag boat.
Once your Greenpeace Myboat paper boat has set sail it will follow the Arctic Sunrise, across Europe and get handed to the decision making politicians. The site encourages you to invite your friends to join your fleet on this journey and take part in their ‘missionary’ mission. The massage is simple: Help support sustainable fishermen, if you still think life in the oceans is a good idea. Well, do you?