Read about Japan's new plans to kill yet more whales in Antarctica, in defiance of the International Court of Justice in The Hague.
International media is sharply critical of the Japan government's new whaling scheme.
One of our great volunteers, the talented film-maker and actress Melissa Thompson Esaia, is making a movie about global warming, and YOU can help in a unique Kickstarter Campaign!
A new book, "War of the Whales" by Joshua Horwitz, is an exciting and excellent account of the fight to protect whales from Navy sonars, loud enough to kill.
In the Huffington Post blog, Mark J. Palmer of Earth Island explains why Japan should stop killing whales and dolphins, and why the Obama Administration should push them to do so.
Plan an event or join one near you for Sept. 1st, 2014's Japan Dolphins Day!
The International Court of Justice in the Hague has handed down a stunning victory for whales -- but what happens next?
I'm introducing Kat Kramer's new documentary, Fallout, tonight in Los Angeles, thinking about the fallout from the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan, polluting the coast and threatening the dolphins and everything that lives.