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Dolphin and Whale Products Should Be Banned At 2020 Tokyo Olympics
| Mark J. Palmer

We challenge the International Olympics Committee to ban products of whales and dolphins from being offered or sold at the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Read More >


Navy Deploys Captive Dolphins to Capture Wild Vaquitas
| Laura Bridgeman

Forced breeding and separation of families is what the Navy thinks will save Vaquita. Read More >


Protests Continue While First Pilot Whales Killed In Taiji
| Mark J. Palmer

The Japanese Embassy in San Francisco refused to accept our letter requesting they stop the hunts. Read More >


23 Environmental and Animal Welfare Organizations Ask Japan to End Dolphin Hunts
| Mark J. Palmer

We are calling on Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to end the slaughter of dolphins and whales. Read More >


Japan Dolphins Day Marks First Day of Dolphin Slaughter Season
| Sharon Ryals Tamm

Join a demonstration near you on Sept. 1 to respectfully voice your concern over the coming season of dolphin killing. Read More >


Taiji and the Faroes: Sister Cities or Blood Brothers?
| Mark J. Palmer

Taiji has announced that they are seeking a sister-city relationship with the town of Klaksvik in the Faroe Islands, home of the regular slaughter of hundreds of pilot whales, in the North Atlantic Ocean. Read More >


Marine Stewardship Council Grants EcoLabel to Dolphin-Killing Mexican Tuna Fishery
| International Marine Mammal Project

Wildlife organizations blast the decision, say it violates MSC’s own certification standards Read More >


MSC Seafood Label Greenwashes Dolphin-Killing Tuna Industry
| International Marine Mammal Project

The Marine Stewardship Council “eco”-certifies dolphin-killing tuna fleets in defiance of WWF and other organizations. Read More >


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