The Spring 2017 issue of our bi-annual newsletter Investigator, featuring an overview of key campaign activities during the past six months. This issue features, an historic global deal is reached to cut super-pollutant HFC gases and lots more
Iceland’s rogue whaling kingpin Kristján Loftsson has announced the cancellation of yet another season hunting endangered fin whales this summer. The second season he has scrapped, citing ongoing difficulties with Japanese customs on imports of his whale products and also the strong krona.
Thirty years after the International Whaling Commission (IWC) implemented the moratorium on commercial whaling – an agreement that ultimately saved many great whale populations from certain extinction – cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) worldwide are facing grave and growing threats from a range of human activities
EIA continues to use its often-unique investigations and documentation to build evidence-based campaigns for change. It has a well-respected reputation around the world as an organisation that plays an important role in achieve effective protection for threatened species and habitats
Japanese whaling ships have this morning departed for the Antarctic hunt, the first in the Antarctic since the 2014 ruling of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) which found that Japan’s previous whaling programme was not for “purposes of scientific research”
The international convenience store chain SPAR is selling whale products in Norway and we urge supporters to help our campaign by complaining to senior management and taking action social media to tell it that profiting from the slaughter of whales is unacceptable