Events

The cod was too good

“The cod was too good”: this is how the exciting new multimedia gallery “In the cracks” begins, available for viewing at the Marine Museum. Admire the content and aesthetics; this exhibition is not to be missed! A THRILLING EXHIBITION: FABULOUS IMAGES AND STORIES! Great Cod fishing is described with many a detail and emotion: the More…

The exhibition “The Deep” in Singapore

The exhibition-event, The Deep, was inaugurated in Singapore on the 5th of June, in the presence of Claire Nouvian, curator of the exhibition. It will remain open until October 27, 2015. After travelling in almost 10 countries, the exhibition ‘THE DEEP’ has been unveiled at the ArtScience Museum of the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, More…

AN EVENING FOR THE DEEP OCEAN WITH ISSEY MIYAKE MEN

ISSEY MIYAKE MEN AND BLOOM RAISE AWARENESS FOR THE FRAGILE BEAUTY OF THE DEEP OCEAN Amazed by the extraordinary world he found in the book by Claire Nouvian, The Deep, designer Yusuke Takahashi from ISSEY MIYAKE MEN used the fantastic deep-sea creatures as an inspiration for ISSEY MIYAKE MEN Spring/Summer 2015 Collection. Upon the release More…

Stunning Artworks of European Street-Artists against deep-sea bottom trawling

DELWOOD BIARRITZ  – Beach ©BLOOM/DELWOOD © Romain Quesada/Biarritz POPAY Brussels – EU Council BLOOM/POPAY © Gautier Houba/Bruxelles PANIK LONDON – Kensington Road BLOOM/PANIK © Team Lurkers/London DAVID JAE ANTUNES LISBON – Praça do Comércio BLOOM/David JAE Antunes © Jorge Coelho/Lisboa JB ROCK ROME – Ministry of Agriculture   BLOOM/JB ROCK © Camilla Morandi/Roma SP-38 BERLIN More…

Let’s show our governments across Europe that we care about the deep ocean and want them to hear us and to ban deep-sea bottom trawling!

Below the list of tweet handles according to where you are in Europe: The UK supports France in its determination to derail the ban although the bulk of deep-sea bottom trawling occurs off the British Isles, especially off Scotland. The UK Fisheries Minister George Eustice has decided to support destructive foreign fleets over the preservation More…

EUROPEAN STREET-ART STANDS UP AGAINST DEEP-SEA BOTTOM TRAWLING

TODAY, FAMOUS STREET ARTISTS ARE PRODUCING SPECTACULAR PIECES of ART IN SEVERAL EUROPEAN CAPITALS TO CALL FOR THE BAN OF DEEP-SEA BOTTOM TRAWLING Today, while the Council of European Fisheries Ministers is meeting in Brussels, seven renowned street artists will perform live and simultaneously across Europe to call on Member States to take the will More…

November 2013

BLOOM delivers a new media stunt: more than 50 celebrities give their support to BLOOM and two giant posters at the train station Gare du Nord call out to MEPs and other travelers bound for Brussels.

Richard Branson, Deep-Sea ambassador for BLOOM

While in Paris , Richard Branson confirmed with Claire Nouvian during a private meeting his commitment alongside BLOOM and the Deep Sea Conservation Coalition to defend the biodiversity of the Deep Sea, threatened by industrial fishing nets that scrape the seabed down to 2000 meters.   On Monday, September 16, researchers and international public and More…

International mobilization for the deep ocean

Politicians, scientists, fishermen and NGOs from around the world are mobilizing today to let the media and policy makers know that the fate of the deep ocean is being decided right now in Brussels. Europe must indeed soon decide whether to adopt the proposal of the European Commission to ban deep-sea bottom trawling, a fishing More…

Spi Ouest France Intermarché Regatta: a greenwashing operation for the destructive fisheries of Intermarché Group

On March 29 in La Trinité-sur-Mer the regatta “Spi Ouest France Intermarché” begins and Intermarché, the French leader in industrial deep-sea fishing, takes advantage of one of the most anticipated sporting events of the year to deploy a large-scale communication operation about its fishing activities centered around the theme, “Intermarché and the Sea – 20 More…

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