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EIA is at the International Whaling Commission

EIA is currently in Panama for the 64th Annual Meeting of the International Whaling Commission. Our first week was taken up by working group meetings and preparation for the plenary meeting that starts today (July 2) at 4pm UK time. Many issues on the plenary agenda are discussed in these working groups including the Conservation […]

It’s World Oceans Day – and here’s how to make it count!

    Today is the United Nations’ World Oceans Day. How pleasant it would be if there was nothing more pressing to do than take a moment to reflect on the fabulous diversity of life in the 139 million square miles of oceans and seas covering our planet, or share striking images of favourite species […]

Tell Yahoo! to stop selling whale and dolphin products

  Internet giant Yahoo! is selling whale products via its subsidiary Yahoo! Japan and we need your help to pressure it to stop. Here are four easy but important ways in which you can play a vital role in telling Yahoo! and its new CEO Ross Levinsohn that profiting from the slaughter of whales is […]

Yahoo! profits from the killing of whales and dolphins

Internet giant urged to ban all sales of whale and dolphin products   LONDON, UK: Hundreds of whale products are being offered for sale on the Japanese website of internet search engine company Yahoo!, according to a new report. Killing for Commerce, released today by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA), in conjunction with Humane Society […]

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