March 12, 2020 - Countries that have already wiped out their own fish populations are now overfishing in West Africa's waters. Who's responsible and how can we stop it before it's too late? Financial Times journalist Neil Munshi embeds on Sea Shepherd's illegal fishing patrols to investigate."Officials from The Gambia, Sao Tomé and Gabon say that without Sea Shepherd, which has helped catch scores of illegal fishing vessels, they would be unable to patrol their waters. It was also instrumental in Gabon’s decision to let its partnership agreement with the EU lapse four years ago. While taking Gabonese officials on patrols of their waters, the group found that European tuna boats had annually been catching up to 60,000 tonnes but only declaring 5,000-15,000 tonnes — and must have been for years."