The Week in Pictures: Bluefin Tuna's Booming Black Market, Cyclist Hit and Run and More

Emma Grady

Emma Grady
TreeHugger Exclusives
November 12, 2010

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Investigative journalists have blown the lid on the Bluefin tuna black market in a shocking new report.

This week, we also have more of our Holiday Gift Guides (redefining luxury!); the news of a cyclist who was the victim of a hit and run by a money manager for Smith Barney; the story of a group of activists who have planted a hidden webcam in an Israeli factory farm, and more.

The Booming Black Market for Bluefin Tuna

When, perhaps in as little as two years' time, when the Atlantic bluefin tuna is fished out of existence, know that it was rampant fraud, lack of oversight, and criminal misconduct that was the cause. A new report by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists dishes the dirty details of the $4 billion black market in this critically endangered fish.

Read the full story: Fraud, Criminal Misconduct and the $4 Billion Black Market in Bluefin Tuna

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