All Press Releases for Whales

24th November 2010
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW - www.ifaw.org) welcomed the US Department of Commerce decision to publicly issue a statement criticising Iceland's commercial whaling activities. US Commerce Secretary Gary Locke's statement said: "Th Read more »
23rd June 2010
“Under a cloud of corruption allegations the IWC is taking a safe course, opting for a cooling off period that protects the moratorium and other IWC conservation measures,”  said Patrick Ramage, Director of IFAW’s Global Whale Read more »
21st June 2010
The most important International Whaling Commission (IWC) meeting in decades begins today in Agadir, Morocco as the 88-member governments which comprise the IWC consider a controversial proposal to legalize whaling. The proposal, three years in the Read more »
4th May 2010
Designed to raise awareness for whale conservation, Tails for Whales is an innovative, grassroots program that captures celebrities, athletes, conservationists and everyday people posing with their hands in the sign of the whale tail. “Given ou Read more »
22nd April 2010
The proposal, if adopted, would overturn the 1986 ban on commercial whaling by authorizing whaling by Norway, Iceland, and Japan. It would also legalize Japan’s whaling in an internationally recognized whale sanctuary around Antarctica, grant n Read more »
30th March 2010
This June, the International Whaling Commission (IWC) will act on a plan to legalize whaling at its annual meeting in Agadir, Morocco. According to a front page article in yesterday’s Washington Post “delegates from around the world will Read more »