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EII Approved Dolphin-Safe Tuna Processing Companies and Fishing Companies
| David Phillips, International Marine Mammal Project

Updated list of worldwide tuna processing companies and fishing companies who comply with Dolphin-Safe tuna policies. These companies have verifiable policies ensuring that they do not buy or sell tuna caught by netting of dolphins. Read More >


Shameful Dolphinariums in Japan Insist on Getting Dolphins from Taiji Slaughter
| Kelly D’Ambrogia

members of JAZA have stated that they don’t see the dolphin drives as cruel in any nature, and believe that they are an integral part of “local culture” Read More >


Taiji Town Wants More Dolphins to Kill
| Mark J. Palmer

Taiji is now asking the national Japan Fisheries Agency for new quotas for two more species. Read More >


Victory! Vancouver Bans Captivity
| Laura Bridgeman

In a landslide vote, the Vancouver Park Board decided to officially ban the keeping of cetaceans in captivity within Vancouver Parks Read More >


Empty the Tanks in London
| Mark J. Palmer

More than 200 men, women and children (and one dog) turned out for the annual Empty the Tanks demonstration in London. Read More >


France Bans Captivity While SeaWorld Refuses To Budge
| Laura Bridgeman

On May 7, France made the ‘bombshell’ announcement to phase out captivity for dolphins and orcas permanently. It is a move that is in line with the rising tide of public awareness that recognizes the cruelty inherent in the captive dolphin industry – something that SeaWorld continues to willfully ignore. Read More >


Help Close Illegal Dolphinarium in the Bahamas
| Mark J. Palmer

Blackbeard's Cay is a swim-with-dolphins facility that has deplorable conditions: the dolphin pens are only 7 feet deep at mid-tide, there is no shade, and there is no protection in case of hurricanes. Read More >


Japan Continues Illegal Whaling Scheme
| Kelly D’Ambrogia

Three whaling vessels returned to Shimonoseki, a whaling port in southwest Japan, with 333 dead minke whales aboard, the result of a recent whaling expedition. Read More >


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