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A Sad History of Whaling
| Emilia Malachowski

It has been estimated that around 45,168 whales have been killed since the 1986 ban Read More >


Taiji’s Dolphin Killing Ends for This Season
| Mark J. Palmer

And the Number of Dolphins Slaughtered Continues to Drop Read More >


Help Korean Activists Prevent Import of Taiji Dolphins
| Mark J. Palmer

In the past few days, one of two Taiji dolphins imported to Korea is dead, after being in the Korean aquarium for only five days. Cause of death has not been revealed. Read More >


Mother Dolphin Attempts to Save Calf in Taiji
| Fionn Hargreaves

A mother dolphin tried desperately to save her calf from Japanese hunters who planned to sell them to aquariums Read More >


The Toll of Dolphins Under Siege in Taiji
| Mark J. Palmer

The current season of the bloody dolphin hunts, that take place every year in Taiji, Japan, is now two-thirds over. Read More >


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 >


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 >


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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