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International court bans Japanese Antarctic whaling

The Hague - The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, Netherlands, Monday, ordered Japan to put a stop to whaling in the Southern Ocean.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 2 comments

Annual quota set as dolphin drive season poised to begin in Taiji

Taiji - In just a few hours, the Japanese dolphin drive season will officially begin in Taiji. The annual quota allocated by the Fisheries Union has also been established. It's set at more than 2,000 dolphins.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 5 comments

Worst season for Japanese whaling industry

Sydney - Operation Zero Tolerance becomes the most successful whale protection campaign to date, reports the international anti-whaling organization Sea Shepherd.
In the Media by Kristin Denault

Police await Sea Shepherd ships as Watson slams critics

With Australian Federal police poised to raid the groups' ships should they dock in Hobart, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) founder Paul Watson, said nothing "can ever take away from what we achieved."
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 7 comments

Op-Ed: Sea Shepherd '80 percent sure' whaling season 'may be over'

Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is reporting that "The Japanese whaling fleet has left the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary and is heading north." Watson said he estimates that the whaling fleet killed "no more than 75 whales."
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 6 comments

Sea Shepherd fires back at whalers' claims with new video footage

After a collision in the Southern Ocean between Sea Shepherd Conservation Society ships and a Japanese whaling vessel, the conservation group has issued new footage of the Nisshin Maru pushing the Bob Barker into a South Korean fuel tanker.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 6 comments

Captain Paul Watson steps down as Sea Shepherd President

To comply with with the ruling of the United States 9th District Court and to keep Operation Zero Tolerance on track, Capt. Paul Watson of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS), makes some surprising moves.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 4 comments

Japan's whaling fleet sets sail for Antarctica

A total of four Japanese whaling vessels left Japanese ports on Friday bound for the Southern Ocean on their annual hunt of minke whales and other large cetaceans in the seas around Antarctica.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Updated: Bottlenose dolphins still being held in Taiji Cove

Taiji - It's been several days since a huge pod of bottlenose dolphins was driven into Taiji's Cove in Japan. Having been raided of their young in one of the worst processes ever witnessed, the remaining dolphins have been days without food.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 4 comments

Op-Ed: Call to action issued for 200-300 bottlenose held in Taiji Cove

Taiji - One day after driving in and slaughtering 55-65 striped dolphins, fishermen in Taiji, Japan, drove between 200-300 bottlenose dolphins into the cove. Sea Shepherd Cove Guardians are asking for your help to save them.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Brutal drive at Taiji Cove sees striped dolphins dragged to beach

Taiji - An horrific scene played out in Taiji, Japan last night as 55-65 striped dolphins were driven into the Cove and slaughtered. Stressed dolphins threw themselves onto rocks and had to be physically dragged to their slaughter. Warning: Graphic images.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Sea Shepherd reveals new ship once part of Japanese whaling fleet

Hobart - Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) unveiled their new ship the SSS Sam Simon in Hobart, Tasmania yesterday. The story behind how it was acquired appeared to throw down the gauntlet to Japanese whalers.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Bottlenose dolphins and pilot whales await fate in Taiji Cove

Taiji - Two pods of cetaceans are awaiting their fate after being driven into Taiji cove last night. A pod of pilot whales and a pod of bottlenose dolphins were netted in two separate drives.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Taiji Cove image captured by Sea Shepherd needs few words

Taiji - On Tuesday evening a pod of pilot whales were captured and slaughtered in the Cove. Last night, a pod of Risso's dolphins met the same fate. Amid the chaos, this powerful image was captured by a Sea Shepherd Cove Guardian.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt

Op-Ed: Operation Zero Tolerance kicks off

Today marks the start of Operation Zero Tolerance, the Sea Shepherd campaign series made famous by Whale Wars. The Ship best known to the public, the Steve Irwin will be setting sail today with the other ships following later in November.
In the Media by Richard Smith - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Tensions heat up in Taiji

Taiji - The story of the annual slaughter of dolphins and whales in the town of Taiji, Japan, brought to the world stage by the documentary The Cove, continues to circulate among animal rights activists and environmentalists as tensions reach a climax.
In the Media by Richard Smith - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Risso's dolphins killed in The Cove as Sea Shepherd streams live

Taiji - After a record 20 straight days of no dolphin killing in Taiji, Japan, a pod of Risso's dolphin were driven into the Cove last night. The majority of the pod was slaughtered as Sea Shepherd Conservation Society streamed the entire hunt live.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 1 comment

Australian ecologist reveals lifelong bullying nightmare Special

Sydney - When Digital Journal hooked up with ecologist Elissa Sursara for an interview, we were supposed to discuss her upcoming conservation efforts and her forthcoming Antarctic campaign with the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. It didn't work out that way.
Digital Journal Report by Elizabeth Batt - 4 comments

Sea Shepherd removes arrested German national from Taiji Campaign

Taiji - On October 8, Taiji police arrested 26-year-old German national Nils Greskewitz for causing damage to a statue in the small fishing village. Sea Shepherd under a 2003 agreement with Japan, have removed him from their campaign.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt

Op-Ed: Dolphin activist campaign urges media to cover Taiji Cove Special

Taiji - After a brutal start to the dolphin hunt season, activists fight back by campaigning their way into CNN coverage of the mass killing of pilot whales and dolphins at Taiji Cove, in Japan.
Digital Journal Report by Elizabeth Batt - 2 comments

Captive pilot whale dies in Taiji as 80-100 more driven into Cove

Taiji - An ailing pilot whale captured with her calf in a drive hunt in Taiji several days ago has died. Meanwhile, for the past two days, a large mixed pod of 80-100 pilot whales and bottlenose dolphin await their fate in the Cove.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt

Japanese Coast Guard assists Taiji dolphin hunters

Taiji - Activists say that a pod of bottlenose dolphins fought for six hours to escape being captured before Taiji fishermen, with the help of the Japanese Coast Guard, wrestled the exhausted dolphins into submission.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 4 comments

Fishermen drive first marine mammals of season into Taiji Cove

Taiji - A week into the dolphin drive season in Taiji, Japan, fishermen have driven their first marine mammals into the cove, a pod of around 20-22 pilot whales with juveniles.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 3 comments

Sea Shepherd Capt. loses brother but vows to return to his ships

Friday Harbor - After losing a beloved brother to cancer, Sea Shepherd founder, Capt. Paul Watson, vows to return to his ships to launch 'Operation Zero Tolerance' in December.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 2 comments

Sea Shepherd Captain Paul Watson blames Japan for fleeing Germany

Friday Harbor - Breaking his silence in a message to supporters, Sea Shepherd founder Paul Watson explains that he left Germany after receiving information that Japan had filed an extradition request with Germany.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 1 comment

Sea Shepherd International SOS Day seeks freedom for Captain

Berlin - In a global day of support for their Captain, Sea Shepherd supporters mobilized outside of German embassies and consulates around the world to demand that Paul Watson be set free.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 2 comments

Paul Watson granted bail but activists fear for Captain's life

Frankfurt - Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is reporting that Captain Paul Watson is to be released on bail in Germany next week. The concerned activist group believes that Watson's imminent extradition to Costa Rica is tantamount to a death sentence.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 1 comment

German officials plan to extradite Sea Shepherd Capt. Paul Watson Special

Frankfurt - German authorities have confirmed that they will push ahead with plans to extradite the Sea Shepherd Captain to Costa Rica on an outstanding warrant, squashing previous hopes of an imminent release.
Digital Journal Report by Elizabeth Batt - 2 comments

Sea Shepherd issues call for Dam Guardians to halt sea lion cull Special

Portland - The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is considering descending on Bonneville dam to protest the imminent culling of California sea lions, after a US Humane Society lawsuit curtailed but failed to halt the killing.
Digital Journal Report by Elizabeth Batt - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Sea Shepherd: Cove Guardians under attack in Taiji, Japan

Taiji - In a bizarre chain of events, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is reporting five cove guardians in Taiji, Japan, were attacked by Japanese nationalists.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt
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Panicked bottlenose dolphins try everything to escape.
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Panicked bottlenose dolphins try everything to escape.
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SSCS Cove Guardians:  A diver trying to drag a dying dolphin off the rocks as it attempted to escape...
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SSCS Cove Guardians: "A diver trying to drag a dying dolphin off the rocks as it attempted to escape."
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Desperate to escape  bottlenose dolphins thrash and hurl themselves into nets.
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Desperate to escape, bottlenose dolphins thrash and hurl themselves into nets.
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Sea Shepherd volunteers gather at the German Embassy in London.
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Sea Shepherd volunteers gather at the German Embassy in London.
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SSS Sam Simon.
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SSS Sam Simon.
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The Bob Barker and The Steve Irwin meet
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The Bob Barker and The Steve Irwin meet
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Fellow Dutch sympathizer and action star  Rutger Hauer asks for  common sense  in the trial of Sea S...
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Fellow Dutch sympathizer and action star, Rutger Hauer asks for "common sense" in the trial of Sea Shepherd acitvist, Erwin Vermeulen.
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Even orcas get in on the act with London SSCS volunteers outside the German Embassy.
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Even orcas get in on the act with London SSCS volunteers outside the German Embassy.
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This dead dolphin calf that drowned after being trapped in the nets  spent two days floating lifeles...
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This dead dolphin calf that drowned after being trapped in the nets, spent two days floating lifelessly in the Cove before being collected by a diver.
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A Risso s dolphin is hauled by the tale to its death.
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A Risso's dolphin is hauled by the tale to its death.
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The entire scene plays out again on day two of the selection process.
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The entire scene plays out again on day two of the selection process.
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The SSS Sam Simon will leave for the Southern Ocean next week.
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The SSS Sam Simon will leave for the Southern Ocean next week.
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"Killers got fed up with the drive" Cove Guardian's said, " and began to grab the dolphins and drag them onto the beach."
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Jolly Roger of Sea Shepherd
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