All Press Releases for Whales

24th June 2005
Japan formally presented plans to double its “scientific” whaling in the Southern Ocean Sanctuary around Antarctica and added endangered humpback and fin whales to its target list at this week’s session.  A clear majority of Read more »
23rd June 2005
“More and more countries are saying no to whaling and yes to whale watching, said Dr. Joth Singh, IFAW delegate to the IWC meeting. “Whale watching is a win-win solution for whales and people, bringing terrific economic opportunities t Read more »
22nd June 2005
Japan has killed more than 8,000 whales under the guise of science since the commercial whaling ban. Earlier this year it announced plans to double its “scientific” whaling in the Southern Ocean Sanctuary around Antarctica and add enda Read more »
21st June 2005
“The whales won this one,” said Dr. Joth Singh, Director of Wildlife and Habitat for IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) from the 57th IWC annual meeting.  “We’re heartened that the pro-conservation majority at Read more »
20th June 2005
“Scientific whaling is more about whaling than science,” said Dr. Joth Singh, IFAW Director of Wildlife and Habitat. “Japan’s latest plan is commercial whaling in a pitiful disguise and an insult to modern science. There is Read more »
17th June 2005
This comprehensive guide, produced by WDCS, the Whale and Dolphin Conservation society and IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare), explores the fascinating whale watch opportunities available in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Province of China a Read more »