Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

Before you fill out Greenpeace’s seafood sustainability survey, it’s important to remember what this activist group is really all about.

While you’re working hard to buy seafood certified by third-party auditors, participate in fishery improvement projects and incorporate best practices into your policies, Greenpeace activists are dressing up in silly costumes to garner publicity and more donations.

Of course, their commitment to organizing meaningless stunts and harassing tuna companies leaves them no time to master the science behind sustainability and collaborate with true conservationists.

But Greenpeace campaigners don’t care. They’d rather make a spectacle than work behind the scenes with serious-minded organizations and companies.

Watch this short video to see more on what Greenpeace is really up to while you’re doing the hard work:

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