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Richard Smith

Citizen based in Canada, Canada. Joined on Oct 30, 2012
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Op-Ed: How I relate to the dolphin and whale killers in Taiji, Japan

I have taken part in the killing of approximately 156,000 pigs. It is not something I am proud of, but it is something in my past I cannot change. To say I can remember each pig's face as they looked at me would be a lie.

Op-Ed: No justice for Anne the elephant

Having lived in the UK until the age of 23, I feel fortunate to have left. The justice system is appalling, and as always the victim receives little to no justice.

Op-Ed: Japanese activists make a stand for Taiji

Today Tokyo environmentalists and animal rights groups came together in solidarity to protest the Japanese whale and dolphin hunts.

Op-Ed: B.C. Grey wolf faces new threat

A little over a week of reflection and my blood has slowly decreased to a simmer, allowing me to finally write this Op-Ed.

Saving the western and central Pacific Ocean bigeye tuna

Scientists at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, have suggested their research may have found a way forward to help the ill-fated bigeye tuna.

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.

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.

British woodlands on the brink of devastation

War has been declared on the British woodlands, according to the British Forestry Commission, who remain the leading authority when it comes to safeguarding the British forests and woodlands.
 

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