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Amazon.com removes whale products from Japan website

LONDON, UK / WASHINGTON, DC: Internet giant Amazon.com appears to have removed all whale products from its wholly owned Japanese website overnight, following worldwide publicity that scores of whale products were offered for sale. A new campaign launched yesterday by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) and Humane Society International (HSI) revealed that Amazon Japan not […]

Action alert: Tell Amazon to ban all whale products

Following the launch of our campaign to urge internet retailer Amazon to stop selling whale meat via its subsidiary Amazon Japan, the company has withdrawn all such products from sale. That’s an encouraging first step but doesn’t go far enough – we want the company to make a formal declaration that all whale, dolphin and […]

Amazon.com profits from slaughter of whales

Internet giant urged to clean house and ban all cetacean products   LONDON: Internet marketplace giant Amazon.com is today called on to stop supporting commercial whaling by immediately and permanently banning the sale of all products from whales, dolphins and porpoises (collectively known as ’cetaceans’). Amazon.com’s Unpalatable Profits, a new report by the Environmental Investigation […]

Amazon.com’s Unpalatable Profits

A report revealing that Amazon Japan, the wholly owned subsidiary of Amazon Inc, sells hundreds of cetacean food products, and calling on the company and its CEO Jeff Bezos to implement an immediate and permanent global ban. Open publication – Free publishing – More amazon

Have you seen our new films? Now tell us what you think!

Three new films following EIA investigators undercover around the world have now had their premiere screenings on either National Geographic Channel or Nat Geo Wild in the US, Asia and the UK, and are currently airing for the first time in Australia and New Zealand. It took a lot of preparation and work behind the […]

EIA films screen in Australia and New Zealand

Nat Geo Wild documentaries go undercover with campaign group   LONDON: The risky undercover work of the London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) is showcased in three new films to be broadcast in Australia and New Zealand on Nat Geo Wild from Thursday, January 5, 2012. A year in the making, the films follow EIA through […]

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