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A Plea for Dolphins to the International Olympics Committee
| Mark J. Palmer

We sent copies of “The Cove” DVD to the heads of the International, Japanese and USA Olympics Committees, with a message about dolphins and whales. 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 >


Vancouver Aquarium Loses Two Captive Belugas – Mother and Child
| Mark J. Palmer

Within just weeks of each other, the Vancouver Aquarium has lost two beluga whales, a mother and her child, to uncertain causes. Read More >


Barcelona Considers Shutting Down Dolphinarium and Retiring Dolphins

Barcelona is currently deciding whether to shut down its dolphinarium, become a dolphin captivity-free city, and retire the dolphins to seaside sanctuaries. 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 >


SeaWorld, IMATA Trolled by Giant Blue Dolphin
| Mark J. Palmer

Anti-captivity activists gathered this past weekend in San Diego for a demonstration against the International Marine Animal Trainers Association Read More >


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