All Blog Posts for Whales

Tribute to an inspirational campaigner, Francisco Goncalves
The 8th of May was a very sad day for many people in the conservation and animal welfare world as we learnt that our fellow Read more »
57-foot whale autopsy reveals that it was killed by collision with ship
1 May 2014 CT Harry
Fifty-seven feet is pretty big for anything really. Consider the top of a two story house or more than half the distance Read more »
The bad ship Alma
16 April 2014 Robbie Marsland
Kristján Loftsson is a whaler in Iceland. Or rather, he’s the whaler in Iceland. It’s been interesting Read more »
9 ICJ whale ruling questions answered: Will Japan abide by the judgement?
15 April 2014 Matt Collis
Japan's spokesperson addresses the media after the World Court decision pic.twitter.com/4TECt1P0AP — Patrick R. Read more »
Shh…! Shipping set to become quieter. The outside of the International Maritime
11 April 2014 Vassili Papastavrou
There is a chance that the oceans could soon become a quieter place for whales. The International Maritime Organization (IMO Read more »
A humpback whale breaching.
8 April 2014 Margaret Cooney
Whales face more challenges than ever before; commercial whaling, ship strikes, and entanglement, are the common culprits, Read more »
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