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US complicit in marine mammal slaughter

The Ecologist

7th January 2014

The US is not enforcing a law which requires imported fish to comply with US standards for marine mammal protection - although non-US commercial fisheries are killing 650,000 marine mammals a year. more...
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Ending Japan's great cetacean hunt

Sarah Baulch

12th November 2013

Japan's hunting of cetaceans has become a rallying point for nationalists, but demand for their meat is falling amid worries about toxic pollution. Fukushima could just prove to be the last straw for a declining industry ... more...

Revealed: brutal reality of world's 'biggest dolphin hunt'

Jim Wickens

17th October 2013

Undercover filming by the UK investigative agency Ecostorm has exposed - for the first time - the brutal hunting and killing of dolphins for use as shark bait off Peru's Pacific coast. Jim Wickens reports more...
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CASE STUDY: local, sustainable fishing from bait to plate

Carol Trewin

1st February, 2007

Many global fish stocks are on the verge of collapse but, nearer home, Cornish fishermen have found a sustainable way of earning a living. more...
The Cove

The Cove: dolphin slaughter and toxic meat

Laura Sevier

26th October, 2009

It's the eco-documentary everyone is talking about. Shot in the style of an espionage thriller, The Cove is exposing the secret annual slaughter of 2000 dolphins in Japan. Watch it in UK cinemas from 23rd October more...
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Japanese dolphin hunt resumes

Ecologist

10th September, 2009

Whale and dolphin cull exposed in new documentary film continues despite worldwide protests more...
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Whales and dolphins get their day in court

News

18th May, 2007

A group of environmental organisations headed by Earthjustice are sueing the US Navy for continuing to carry out sonar trials which are crippling whales and dolphins. more...
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Dead as a dolphin?

Malcolm Tait

1st April, 2007

Another animal’s gone extinct. But this time it’s one of our most beloved creatures – a dolphin. Malcolm Tait reports on a species loss that is more than just another statistic more...
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Dying to entertain us

Torsten Engelbrecht and Jeremy Smith

1st October, 2004

A harrowing insight into the hugely profitable and brutal world of captive dolphins
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