We all know and care about what Greenpeace is doing. JayGrey has done something about it.
JayGrey gave Greenpeace a hand to raise awareness about the super-trawler, Abel Tasman (ex Margiris), which had begun hunting in Australian waters.
The campaign was launched pre-ban, succeeded in achieving Greenpeace’s aims, and will continue in print and poster nationally.
“Developing creative and engaging design work is an essential component to mobilise people in our environmental campaigns,” said Ben Pearson, Greenpeace campaign director. He continued, “JayGrey's work was excellent and helped Greenpeace reach its goal. We thank JayGrey for their time and effort and hope to work with them again soon.”
The JayGrey campaign for Greenpeace called for support from the public to stop the Abel Tasman and similar vessels from destroying Australia’s oceans.
“Super-trawlers are a serious threat to the ocean’s biodiversity as they practice indiscriminate fishing methods,” JayGrey managing partner, Paul Worboys, explained to Australian Creative. “Australia’s marine and coastal environment is one of the most expansive and diverse in the world and well worth protecting.”