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IFAW argued hard that areas of important habitat needed to be better defined and
16th October 2015 by Matt Collis
Good news! Just a couple of weeks back, we asked for your help in getting the Australian government to publish its long- Read more »
Japan should undertake another year of non-lethal Antarctic research, and join l
14th October 2015 by Patrick Ramage
“The Japanese,” Prime Minister Shinzo Abe explained in a speech last month to the United Nations General Read more »
The lines and nets used for fishing can pose a serious problem for the giant fil
13th October 2015 by Res (Andreas) Krebs
Born and raised on Campobello Island, Captain Mackie Greene leads the Campobello Whale Rescue Team, an intrepid group of Read more »
Blue whales face different threats such as noise pollution from oil and gas expl
23rd September 2015 by Matt Collis
Small things can mean a lot to big whales. Despite being the largest animal on earth, the blue whale eats almost exclusively Read more »
18th September 2015 by rthompson@ifaw.org
IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) welcomes the appointment of Peter Woolcott, the Australian Government’s Read more »
More whale deaths inevitable as ships and whales increase in the Great Barrier R
9th September 2015 by adintino
More whale deaths from collisions with ships are inevitable unless the government improves its management of shipping in the Read more »