Activists expect fightback from whalers
Anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd says it expects aggressive tactics from Japanese whalers as it begins its 10th annual campaign to protect the giant mammals.
Sea Shepherd boat The Bob Barker left Hobart on Wednesday to join its fleet as part of Operation Relentless, in an effort to stop the culling of 1132 whales in the Antarctic.
Sea Shepherd spokesman Adam Burling said he was expecting the whalers to attempt to flood the engines of the vessel …
Sky News Australia – 05:15, Thursday December 19, 2013
Sea Shepherd Society prepares for high-seas encounters with Japanese whalers
Sea Shepherd vessels leave Australia to stop Japanese whale hunting
Iceland Imposes Huge Whaling Quotas – Help Stop This Now!
Aisling Maria Cronin
In what can only be described as a crazy move – www.ifaw.org/united-states/new… – (to put it politely), the Icelandic government has just issued new quotas which would allow 229 minke whales and 154 endangered fin whales ( worldwildlife.org/species/fin-… ) to be hunted every year for the next five years …
One Green Planet – December 18, 2013
ROLDA Foundation – Newsletter, December 2013
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Are they fur real? PETA donates mink coats and leather jackets to Detroit’s homeless for Christmas
By Olivia Fleming
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has distributed hundreds of fur coats and leather jackets to Detroit’s homeless for Christmas.
Donated by people who have decided to stop wearing such items, the animal rights group decided to put the reserve to good use.
‘PETA can’t bring the animals who were slaughtered to make these coats back to life, but we can send a message that only people truly struggling to survive have any excuse for wearing fur,’ explained PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk …
Daily Mail – 17:59 GMT, 18 December 2013
PETA Hands Out Fur Coats to Detroit’s Homeless
Pussy Riot, Greenpeace members to be freed in Russia
MOSCOW, Dec. 18 (UPI) — Russian lawmakers Wednesday passed an amnesty bill that sets free the jailed members of Pussy Riot and Greenpeace, RIA Novosti reported …
UPI.com – Dec. 18, 2013 at 12:53 PM
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