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.
Get ready for the only US performance of the band "Kings of Chaos"
One night only, NOVEMBER 18th, 2013 at the Avalon Hollywood.
Iceland's President visits Portland, Maine, for a conference. Our Coalition of groups opposed to whaling will be there to greet him. And the Netherlands announces they will not tranship any whale meat from Iceland to Japan.
A proposed new rule by the National Marine Fisheries Service would provide better verification for Dolphin Safe tuna and help resolve a WTO challenge from Mexico.
Our friend and colleague Kyoko Tanaka reports on a demonstration in Tokyo by Japanese activists against so-called "research" whaling.
For the first time, Japanese animal rights activists stage a major demonstration against the dolphin and whale hunts in Tokyo.
There are some brave enough to go on record against killing pilot whales in the Faroe Islands, reports Helene O'Barry.