Ivory Crush: oproep aan regeringen om ook hun voorraad ivoor te vernietigen

Fri, 11/15/2013
Ivory Crush: oproep aan regeringen om ook hun voorraad ivoor te vernietigen

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Scottish university criticised for supporting Iceland’s cruel whaling programme

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Mon, 11/25/2013
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Scottish university criticised for supporting Iceland’s cruel whaling programme

The University of Aberdeen is being urged to publicly sever links with Iceland’s whaling programme after its researchers analysed data from whales harpooned in Iceland under the guise of ‘scientific whaling’.

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), campaigns for an end to all commercial and so-called scientific whaling because of its inherent cruelty and has met with university representatives to urge them to end the institution’s relationship with Iceland’s whaling industry.

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London, UK
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Clare Sterling (IFAW UK)
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020 7587 6708
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07917 507717
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IFAW’s Noodhulpteam helpt honderden dieren die het slachtoffer werden van tyfoon Haiyan

Fri, 11/22/2013
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SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care for their animals

Fri, 11/22/2013
SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care fo

SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care for their animals

Fri, 11/22/2013
SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care fo

SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care for their animals

Fri, 11/22/2013
SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care fo

SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care for their animals

Fri, 11/22/2013
SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care fo

SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care for their animals

Fri, 11/22/2013
SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care fo

SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care for their animals

Fri, 11/22/2013
SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care fo

I Found a Way to help injured wildlife

Sun, 12/01/2013
I Found a Way to help injured wildlife

Caring for wildlife is often a 24 hour job, particularly when caring for orphaned animals who need feeding every four hours during the nightIn my first weeks in the exciting new role of Native Wildlife Campaigner for IFAW in Australia, I had the pleasure of meeting Shirley Lack from the NSW Wildlife Council.