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Japanese fleet heads to Antarctica to harpoon whales – despite pending World Cou
7th December 2013 by
The Japanese whaling fleet has left port for Antarctica to train its harpoons on around 1,000 whales – despite a Read more »
Scottish university criticised for supporting Iceland’s cruel whaling programme
25th November 2013 by
The University of Aberdeen is being urged to publicly sever links with Iceland’s whaling programme after its Read more »
Ship strikes are the number one cause of deaths for the North Atlantic Right Wha
22nd November 2013 by Margaret Cooney
As they migrate up and down the East Coast of the United States each year, endangered North Atlantic right whales Read more »
European Parliament takes a significant step to protect marine life from underwa
29th October 2013 by Barbara Slee
Earlier this month, the European Parliament voted to make oil and gas exploration utilizing underwater sonar subject to Read more »
As September drew to an end, so did whaling in Iceland, but for how long?
14th October 2013 by Robbie Marsland
There are two types of whaling in Iceland. These days, minke whaling is carried out primarily by one vessel, Hrafnreyður Read more »
Not so fast Exxon Mobil, let’s agree to keep looking for answers
10th October 2013 by Katie Moore
As the American political scene is so nicely demonstrating, sometimes it is hard to come to a consensus. Getting all of the Read more »