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40 Namibian Environmental Groups Petition China to Stop Exploitation of Wildlife
| Mark J. Palmer

A group of 40 Namibian environmental organizations delivered an Open Letter to the Ambassador of China on December 21, 2016. The letter criticizes the Chinese government’s lack of action against poaching operations ongoing in Namibia perpetrated by Chinese nationals. Read More >


Success? Company Supposedly Withdraws Application To Destroy Namibian Coastal Ecosystems

The power of the people just won another huge victory: the companies that applied for a permit to capture hundreds of dolphins, whales and other marine animals in Namibian waters off Africa have announced that they will no longer pursue approval for the permit. Read More >


What Does A Trump Presidency Mean For Dolphins And Whales?
| The Staff of IMMP

Whether you voted for Trump or not, his general approach to environmental issues is not looking good. Read More >


Lets Keep the Pressure on Namibia - Say No To Massive Cetacean Captures and Exports!

The Namibian Government should reject the proposal to capture hundreds of marine animals from their waters. Read More >


Tell NMFS to Protect Spinner Dolphins From Too Much Love
| Laura Bridgeman

Spinner dolphins need protection from too many tourists in the water. Read More >


Tell NOAA To List Maui and Hector Dolphins As Endangered
| Katherine Hanly

Action by NOAA to propose listing the species on the Endangered Species List would help spur New Zealand to take further action to secure a future for these species. Read More >


Solomon Island’s Bold Decision to Free Dolphins Destined for Captivity

TakePart talks with the International Marine Mammal Project about the recent captures in the Solomon Islands. Read More >


Eco Issue 4: Paul Watson: Japan’s Traditional Whaling Claims A Joke

The final issue of Eco includes editorials by Paul Watson, Paul Spong and José María Figueres Read More >


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