Shamed whale meat rejected by ports and cargo companies is returned to Iceland

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Mon, 07/22/2013
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Shamed whale meat rejected by ports and cargo companies is returned to Iceland

Unwanted whale meat arrived back in Iceland overnight after ports and cargo companies refused to play a part in its shameful passage to Japan. As the cargo vessel Pioneer Bay approached Reykjavik harbour it was joined by two whale watching vessels with Icelandic supporters of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) on board. They carried a large banner asking “What’s the point?” of Icelandic whaling.  They also held up large placards depicting pointing hands.

Press Location: 
Reykjavik
Press Contact
Press Contact: 
Robbie Marsland (IFAW UK)
Sigursteinn Masson (Iceland)
Contact mobile: 
+44 (0)7801 613534
00354 8638361

Operation WENDI: IFAW and INTERPOL team up to dismantle ivory trafficking in West and Central Africa

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Mon, 07/22/2013
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Operation WENDI saw INTERPOL and IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare – www.ifaw.org) team up to target criminal organizations behind the illegal trafficking of ivory in West and Central African countries including the Central African Republic, the Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast, Liberia, and Guinea Conakry.

Press Location: 
Reims, France
Press Contact
Press Contact: 
Julie Landry, (IFAW FR)
Christina Pretorius, (IFAW SA)
Michael Booth, (IFAW US)
Contact phone: 
(+33) 32-648-6479
(+27)-21-701-8642
(+1)-508-744-2076

Shamed whale meat rejected by ports and cargo companies is returned to Iceland

Publication Date: 
Mon, 07/22/2013
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Unwanted whale meat arrived back in Iceland overnight after ports and cargo companies refused to play a part in its shameful passage to Japan. As the cargo vessel Pioneer Bay approached Reykjavik harbour it was joined by two whale watching vessels with Icelandic supporters of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) on board. They carried a large banner asking “What’s the point?” of Icelandic whaling.  They also held up large placards depicting pointing hands.

Press Location: 
Brussels, Belgium
Press Contact
Press Contact: 
Adrian Hiel (IFAW EU)
Robbie Marsland (IFAW UK)
Contact phone: 
+32 2 282 06 93
Contact mobile: 
+32 (0)473 86 34 61
+44 (0)7801 61 35 34

Operation WENDI: IFAW and INTERPOL team up to dismantle ivory trafficking in West and Central Africa

Publication Date: 
Mon, 07/22/2013
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Operation WENDI saw INTERPOL and IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare – www.ifaw.org) team up to target criminal organizations behind the illegal trafficking of ivory in West and Central African countries including the Central African Republic, the Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast, Liberia, and Guinea Conakry.

Press Location: 
Brussels, Belgium
Press Contact
Press Contact: 
Adrian Hiel (IFAW EU)
Christina Pretorius (IFAW SA)
Contact phone: 
+32 2 282 06 93
+27 21 701 86 42
Contact mobile: 
+32 (0)473 86 34 61
+27 (82) 330 25 58

Return to sender: Von Hafenbehörden und Reedereien abgewiesenes Walfleisch kehrt nach Island zurück

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Mon, 07/22/2013
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Boote "begrüßen" das zurückgeschickte Walfleisch
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Boote "begrüßen" das zurückgeschickte Walfleisch

Gestern morgen kehrte eine umstrittene Lieferung mit Walfleisch wieder nach Island zurück. Es war von Reykjavik nach Rotterdam und von dort nach Hamburg gegangen. Nach heftigen Protesten verweigerte in Hamburg die Reederei den Weitertransport nach Japan und schickte das als gefrorener Fisch deklarierte Walfleisch wieder zurück an den Absender.

Press Location: 
Hamburg
Press Contact
Press Contact: 
Dörte von der Reith
Contact phone: 
040-86650033
Contact mobile: 
0160-90486493
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Opération WENDI : IFAW et INTERPOL s'associent pour démanteler le trafic d'ivoire en Afrique centrale et occidentale

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Mon, 07/22/2013
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Crédit photo : IFAW/M. Booth
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Crédit photo : IFAW/M. Booth

INTERPOL et IFAW (Fonds international pour la protection des animaux) ont uni leurs forces pour le déploiement de l'opération WENDI destinée à frapper les organisations criminelles responsables du trafic d'ivoire qui sévit en Afrique centrale et occidentale notamment en République centrafricaine, en République du Congo, en Côte d'Ivoire, au Libéria et en Guinée Conakry.

Press Location: 
Reims, France
Press Contact
Press Contact: 
Julie Landry (IFAW France)
Contact phone: 
+33 (0)3.26.48.64.79
Contact mobile: 
+33 (0) 6.12.36.40.07
Contact email: 

IFAW et INTERPOL aux avant-postes de la guerre contre le trafic de l’ivoire et d’espèces sauvages

Publication Date: 
Wed, 05/22/2013
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IFAW et INTERPOL aux avant-postes de la guerre contre le trafic de l’ivoire et

Interpol et IFAW (Fonds international pour la protection des animaux) ont signé hier un Mémorandum d’Entente (ME) au siège international d’INTERPOL, à Lyon. C’est la première fois de son histoire que le Programme INTERPOL de lutte contre les atteintes à l'environnement signe un Mémorandum d’Entente avec une ONG.

Press Location: 
Lyon, France
Press Contact
Press Contact: 
Adrian Hiel (IFAW EU)
Céline Sissler-Bienvenu (IFAW France et Afrique francophone)
Contact phone: 
+32 (0)473.86.34.61
+33 (0)3 26 48 29 20