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This year is the first in more than a century during which no whales were killed
8th April 2015 by Patrick Ramage
In ancient Roman mythology, Janus is the god of beginnings and transitions, of gates, doorways, passages and endings. Read more »
Two student volunteers, look at the inverted top half of a fin whale skull. Phot
8th April 2015 by Misty Niemeyer
We don’t often get a chance to talk about what happens after the necropsy; however, it is a hugely important part of Read more »
1st April 2015 by rthompson@ifaw.org
(Sydney, 30 March) Tomorrow marks 12 months since the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ordered Japan to stop killing Read more »
A minke whale; Japan wants to kill another 4,000 in the name of ‘science’. c. IF
31st March 2015 by Matt Collis
It seemed somehow appropriate that I found myself in Parliament last week to talk to politicians about whaling as the Read more »
IFAW Blue whales and seismic surveying in Australia
23rd March 2015 by rbartlett
This analysis looks at the scale of seismic testing by the offshore oil and gas industry in important blue whale habitat in Read more »
20th March 2015 by rthompson@ifaw.org
(Sydney, 23 March 2015) A moratorium on seismic testing for oil and gas should be declared in areas critical to blue whales Read more »
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