IFAW-Buckelwale halten in Island Touristen davon ab, Walfleisch zu essen

din, 06/26/2012

Dieses Video zeigt Stellungnahmen von Touristen, die sich im Rahmen der "Meet us, don't eat us"-Kampagne zu Wort melden.

Am Freitag, den 15. Juni marschierten 13 Freiwillige aus Korea, Frankreich, Großbritannien, China, Mexiko, der Ukraine, Russland, Spanien und der Slowakei gemeinsam mit Buckelwalen vom Internationalen Tierschutz-Fonds vom Reykjaviker Hafen zum isländischen Fischereiministerium.

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Zu Beginn der Hochwassersaison in Indien bereitet das Rettungsteam seinen Einsatz vor

woe, 06/27/2012
Nunai möchte mit Pfleger Raju spielen. Foto von Reetika Maheshwari

Ein IFAW-WTI-Mitarbeiter beim Anbringen eines Banners.Als ich heute früh morgens aufgewacht bin und im Fernsehen gerade die Morgennachrichten erwischte, sah ich dort zuallererst die traurige Meldung über eine Elefantenkuh, die mit ihrem Kalb auf einer Sandbank gestrandet war.

Am Tag vor Panama ein weiteres trauriges Kapitel im japanischen Walfang

woe, 06/27/2012
Japanische Fabrikarbeiter bei den Überresten eines „wissenschaftlichen“ Forschun

Japanische Fabrikarbeiter bei den Überresten eines „wissenschaftlichen“ Forschungsobjekts. Trotz dreizehn öffentlicher Auktionen blieben 75% des Fleischs aus dem japanischen Walfang 2011 im Nordpazifik unverkauft.

Photos of flood tell a grim story

vri, 06/29/2012
Hogdeer waits to be rescued

These photos from the IFAW Wildlife Rescue Center in Assam show how devastating the flood is.  It is taking a huge toll on helpless wildlife that has nowhere to go as the waters rise.  IFAW is scrambling to rescue baby rhinos, elephants, deer, and numerous other animals as the waters rise.  Please donate now and help us save these and other animals in need.

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Photos of flood tell a grim story

vri, 06/29/2012
Hogdeer waits to be rescued

These photos from the IFAW Wildlife Rescue Center in Assam show how devastating the flood is.  It is taking a huge toll on helpless wildlife that has nowhere to go as the waters rise.  IFAW is scrambling to rescue baby rhinos, elephants, deer, and numerous other animals as the waters rise.  Please donate now and help us save these and other animals in need.

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Photos of flood tell a grim story

vri, 06/29/2012
Hogdeer waits to be rescued

These photos from the IFAW Wildlife Rescue Center in Assam show how devastating the flood is.  It is taking a huge toll on helpless wildlife that has nowhere to go as the waters rise.  IFAW is scrambling to rescue baby rhinos, elephants, deer, and numerous other animals as the waters rise.  Please donate now and help us save these and other animals in need.

Location: 

Photos of flood tell a grim story

vri, 06/29/2012
Hogdeer waits to be rescued

These photos from the IFAW Wildlife Rescue Center in Assam show how devastating the flood is.  It is taking a huge toll on helpless wildlife that has nowhere to go as the waters rise.  IFAW is scrambling to rescue baby rhinos, elephants, deer, and numerous other animals as the waters rise.  Please donate now and help us save these and other animals in need.

Location: 

Photos of flood tell a grim story

vri, 06/29/2012
Hogdeer waits to be rescued

These photos from the IFAW Wildlife Rescue Center in Assam show how devastating the flood is.  It is taking a huge toll on helpless wildlife that has nowhere to go as the waters rise.  IFAW is scrambling to rescue baby rhinos, elephants, deer, and numerous other animals as the waters rise.  Please donate now and help us save these and other animals in need.

Location: 

Photos of flood tell a grim story

vri, 06/29/2012
Hogdeer waits to be rescued

These photos from the IFAW Wildlife Rescue Center in Assam show how devastating the flood is.  It is taking a huge toll on helpless wildlife that has nowhere to go as the waters rise.  IFAW is scrambling to rescue baby rhinos, elephants, deer, and numerous other animals as the waters rise.  Please donate now and help us save these and other animals in need.

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Working to steer whales meeting into calmer waters

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vri, 06/29/2012
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Working to steer whales meeting into calmer waters

On the eve of the annual meeting of the conservation body set up to protect whales – the International Whaling Commission (IWC) – there are fears this year’s meeting could be over before it begins.

As delegates from around the world gather in Panama City, Panama for the opening of the 64th IWC meeting on Monday, there is concern that this year’s meeting could be sabotaged from the outset by Japan and the rest of the pro-whaling bloc.

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