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Ringling Brothers Circus to Close; No More Animal Acts
| Mark J. Palmer

The venerable (and long-protested) Ringling Brothers, and Barnum & Baily Circus has announced that it will close after 146 years of touring the United States. Read More >


Key Accomplishments in 2016
| Mark J. Palmer

2016 proved to be a year of many accomplishments for whales and dolphins. The International Marine Mammal Project was kept busy. 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 >


SeaWorld Investors Furious As Earnings Plummet
| Laura Bridgeman

SeaWorld just reported its worst quarter earnings since they went public in 2013. Read More >

Topics: Orcas, SeaWorld

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 >


Third Issue of Eco: Escalating Whale Meat Trade and Other Threats to Whales

Third Issue of Eco: Escalating Whale Meat Trade and Other Threats to Whales Read More >


Second Issue of Eco: Japan’s Shameful Whaling History
| Mark J. Palmer

Japan insists on killing mothers and calfs in the most painful ways imaginable. Read More >

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First Issue of Eco, The Whale Activist’s Newsletter
| Mark J. Palmer

Reporting on the issues currently being discussed at the International Whaling Commission in Slovenia. Read More >


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  • As always, if the orcas don’t do the trick – in SeaWorld’s Orwellian talk, the “behavior” – they still don’t eat.
    - Mark J. Palmer
  • More than 200 men, women and children (and one dog) turned out for the annual Empty the Tanks demonstration in London.
    - Mark J. Palmer
  • 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.
    - Laura Bridgeman
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