February 21, 2021

Dolphin Hunting — Understanding from Within

This is a short interview with Japanese activist Mineto Meguro concerning dolphin hunting in Japan. Questions: What made you first focus on addressing animal issues? A: […]
January 29, 2021

Whaling in Japan — a Propaganda Battle

By Leah Lemieux & Mineto Meguro Guest-writer Mineto Meguro represents the Japanese non-profit organization (NPO) Animal Liberator, one of the few groups in Japan focusing on […]
January 15, 2020

Horrific Suffering in the Cove as Dolphins Slaughtered

By Cara Sands, Dolphin Project Taiji, 1-12-20: Taiji’s dolphin hunters have certainly been kept busy this month. In this week alone, there have been four successful […]
April 12, 2019

“Inhumane” Drive Hunts Cause Dolphins To Suffer Intense Physical And Mental Trauma

Despite the fact that dolphins are incredibly intelligent, sociable, and sentient beings, we still choose to hunt them, either to death as part of traditional slaughters […]
August 9, 2018

Op-Ed: The Red-Stained Sea

Faroe Islands – A bloody spectacle: Whales are forced to the beach by locals, to get slaughtered. By Andrea Jeska It is ten o’clock in the […]
March 13, 2018

Taiji and the Liberal Dolphin Party

The tiny town of Taiji, and its dolphin hunts held in an innocuous local cove, have the deep support of Japan’s most powerful political forces. By […]
January 18, 2018

Sea Change

Something is happening in Japan. A Sea Change. Little by little, without much notice or debate, a change. Across Japan, the practice of hunting dolphins and […]
November 13, 2016

The absurdity of shark hunting

A tour of Hong Kong’s shark fin trading quarters is the harrowing testimony to how openly such products are still being traded. In addition, there are […]
July 11, 2016

Boycotts against the Faroe Islands?

Last week, 6 July, saw the first grindadráp (grind) of the year in the Faroe Islands with 43 pilot whales killed. For those who want to see […]
March 21, 2016

Pest Control: Will we learn from the past?

Tragically, concepts like the Chinese sparrow-kill from 1958 are still widely applied even nowadays. Please read the following story and find out at the end, what […]
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