Blog: Taiji - Cove
The tragic Taiji dolphin slaughter continues -- here are the latest figures and what they mean.
Sparks fly at the recent trial of the Taiji Whale Museum, which Earth Island and Australia for Dolphins sued over discrimination. Here's the latest.
On Friday, our lawsuit against the Taiji Whale Museum for discrimination goes on trial, while Angel continues to swim in too small a tank with harassment from the other dolphins.
Our friend Tomomi Mikawa writes about the Fukushima Kids Dolphin Camp for 2015.
I walked into the Atlantis Hotel here in Nassau in the Bahamas this morning to deliver our urgent request to the International Marine Animal Trainer's Association (IMATA), which is holding their annual conference here.
Our letter requests that IMATA renounce the captures of dolphins for captivity that help fund the dolphin slaughter in Taijji, Japan, and we further urge IMATA to take action against any of their members who engage in captures, training, buying or selling, or trading in Taiji dolphins. Our letter is endorsed by a growing number of scientists and conservation organizations.
I am here to ask the International Marine Animal Trainers' Association, meeting in Nassau, to renounce the captures of live dolphins during the Taiji dolphin slaughter, going on right now in Japan.
Bestselling author Susan Casey, flanked by Earth Island activists Mark Berman, Mark Palmer and David Phillips, was featured at a reception, presentation and book signing on Sept. 9th at the David Brower Center in Berkeley, Ca.
The Taiji Whale Museum has announced they will no longer be a member of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums because of their greed in brokering live dolphins from the cruel dolphin hunts. They need to be blacklisted.