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Nov 15, 2012

It’s the sharks John West reject that make John West look bad

John West isn't sure what to do about the sharks on its roof and the spoof ads online. It shows corporates fight a new challenge online, writes Greenpeace Australia CEO David Ritter.

John West

It’s not everyday the police have to negotiate with sharks — or at least activists dressed up as sharks — but that is what has been going on outside John West’s corporate NQ, a nondescript office in Moorabin this morning.

Greenpeace is campaigning against the seafood company to move to more sustainable tuna fishing practices. And this morning we took the step of climbing on the roof of John West’s premises, complete with banner and shark costumes.

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2 thoughts on “It’s the sharks John West reject that make John West look bad

  1. cath gent

    Crikey ! Spin free journalism? I don’t think so, this is a Greenpeace PR release.

  2. Rebecca Dunstan

    Is there any critical thinking in this article?

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