FUCKING CRUEL JAPANESE DUMP DOLPHIN CORPSES AT SEA

Marine conservationists claim Japanese fishermen are dumping dolphin corpses at sea Fishermen dumping small dolphins so they can fill quota with more profitable specimens as annual Taiji dolphin hunt begins, says Sea Shepherd  Fishermen during the annual dolphin hunt in … Continue reading

CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION VICE CHAIR OPINION PIECE

California Coastal Commission: Banning whale sex legal, ethical By Dayna Bochco | 5:15 p.m. Oct. 15, 2015 The Coastal Commission approved SeaWorld’s Blue World project to expand its orca tanks, but prohibited the corporation from breeding or importing any new whales as part … Continue reading

SEAWORLD TO CHALLENGE CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION DECISION

SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Announces It Intends To Challenge California Coastal Commission Condition ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: SEAS) announced today that the company intends to pursue legal action against the California Coastal Commission for its … Continue reading

RUSSIA TRIES TO DESTROY ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANISATIONS – GRAY WHALE IMPACTS

RUSSIA TRIES TO DESTROY ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANISATIONS.   Activist organizations struggling to survive under Russian restrictions Pacific island of Sakhalin Carol J. Williams Contact Reporter After decades of Soviet-era drilling, unregulated fisheries and haphazard construction, residents of Russia’s Sakhalin Island have … Continue reading

Baby Gray Whale hit by a ship

A dead (baby gray whale) that washed up in Fremont last month had been hit by the propeller of a ship, marine mammal experts said Tuesday, but they still aren’t sure if that’s what killed the young cetacean. The badly … Continue reading

GRAY WHALES – HIGHEST DEATH TOLL IN ONE YEAR

GRAY WHALES – HIGHEST DEATH TOLL IN ONE YEAR Farallones crew tracks predators, prey in changing ecosystem By Peter Fimrite October 6, 2015 Updated: October 5, 2015 8:45am 0 Photo: Michael Macor, The Chronicle Capt. Chris Eubank (left) and researcher … Continue reading

Why Shell quit Arctic drilling

Reasons for Shell suspending Arctic Drilling Royal Dutch Shell’s abrupt announcement today that it would cease all offshore drilling in the Arctic is surprising for several reasons. One is the unusual degree of confidence the company expressed as recently as … Continue reading

Shell Arctic drilling Abandoned

Shell has abandoned its controversial drilling operations in the Alaskan Shell Arctic Drilling in the face of mounting opposition in what jubilant environmentalists described as “an unmitigated defeat” for big oil. The Anglo-Dutch company had repeatedly stressed the enormous hydrocarbon … Continue reading

The Die-off of Whales in the Gulf of Alaska (Unusual Mortality Event)

Unusual Mortality Event Over the past four months, 33 large whales have been reported dead in the Western Gulf of Alaska, which encompasses the areas around Kodiak Island, Afognak Island, Chirikof Island, the Semidi Islands and the southern shoreline of … Continue reading

New hydrophones monitor ship noise in Salish Sea

Hydrophone to monitor ship noise VANCOUVER – Researchers have installed another underwater listening (hydrophones) station in British Columbia’s Salish Sea to better understand how shipping noise impacts at-risk whales. The installation Monday was part of a program run by Port … Continue reading