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Rebuttal: How many whales should be sold to the highest bidder? None.
11 January 2012 by Patrick Ramage
In a ‘comment’ posted on Nature.com, authors Christopher Costello, Leah R. Gerber and Steven Gaines argue the Read more »
19 December 2011 by jjones
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) is applauding the news that Belarus, Kazakhstan, and the Russian Federation Read more »
IFAW's Patrick Ramage, Miyauchi-san and his bright young assistants.
15 December 2011 by Patrick Ramage
When the Japanese accented announcement at the end your 14 hour flight calls out your name and asks you to "see the Read more »
Kara training teachers on the Floating Classroom curriculum.
1 December 2011 by Amanda Mirran
“I think we will have to take one this down to the pier!”, shouted the teacher from Grand Fond Primary school. Read more »
The tuna auction at the famous Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo.
1 December 2011 by Clare Sterling
I recently returned from my first visit to the chaotic and beautiful country of Japan. Along with Iceland and Norway, Japan Read more »
25 November 2011 by adintino
An intergovernmental conservation body representing more than 100 countries has failed to recognise whaling as a threat to Read more »
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