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The Whalewatch network has been campaigning and lobbying national and international governments and is calling upon the International Whaling Commission to fully address the welfare problems associated with modern day whaling activities.

The World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA), which coordinates Whalewatch, a global network of over 140 animal welfare societies in more than 55 countries, is keen to highlight the dangers facing thousands of the planet's whales. More than 2,000 whales are killed every year through "scientific" and commercial whaling by Norway and Japan.

Current Actions

http://www.wspa.org.uk/wspaswork/whaling/whalingresources.aspx

http://www.hsus.org/marine_mammals/save_whales_not_whaling/take_action/

http://www.campaign-whale.org/campaigns/japanese-whaling

http://www.eia-international.org/what_can_i_do/stop_japans_commercial_whaling/

http://www2.wdcs.org/hych/getactive/stww/stwwadults2010.php


 



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