Posts Tagged ‘ whales ’

Migratory species: their future is our future

17. Oktober 2017

Azzedine Downes Oct 17 2017 The article below was authored by Azzedine Downes, IFAW President and CEO, for distribution in the upcoming Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) Cop12 publication, shared here with permission. read more
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Sonic Sea wins TWO Emmy awards

6. Oktober 2017

Patrick Ramage Oct 6 2017 IFAW and our partners at NRDC and Imaginary Forces are deeply gratified by the recognition our film Sonic Sea achieved at the documentary Emmy awards last night at Lincoln Center in NYC, where Sonic Sea won two Emmy Awards: Outstanding Nature Documentary and Outstanding Music and Sound.   read more
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Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival 2017

5. Oktober 2017

Kelvin Alie Oct 5 2017 We're coming off an inspiring week among peers and experts who are putting their skills to work in telling the story of the Earth's wildlife and habitats. The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival is an international celebration of the best producers, editors, film crews and conservation storytellers over a...
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IFAW launches #OneActForAll to protect the ESA

21. September 2017

Carson Barylak Sep 21 2017 With the support of over two dozen celebrity advocates, IFAW is taking a stand to protect the US Endangered Species Act (ESA). Together we are launching the #OneActForAll campaign, calling on US citizens to take action.  read more
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EU Plenary united against whale hunting in Norway

13. September 2017
EU Plenary united against whale hunting in Norway

Eleonora Panella Sep 13 2017 Whales are magnificent creatures; they have entranced seafarers, children and tourists and inspired literature all over the world for centuries. But not everyone has this same reverential admiration. In 1993, Norway resumed commercial whaling under an objection to the International Whaling Commission’s (IWC) moratorium. read more
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Share and protect animals with IFAW Animojis

17. August 2017

Kerry Branon Aug 17 2017 We are excited to announce our very own “Animojis” – a collection of emoji stickers focused on wildlife conservation around the world along with our mobile messaging partners at Bare Tree Media. read more
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With one more reported death, biologists extremely concerned about right whales’ future

20. Juli 2017
With one more reported death, biologists extremely concerned about right whales’ future

Misty Niemeyer Jul 20 2017 We recently received more sad news regarding the already critically endangered North Atlantic right whale. read more
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Portugal screens Sonic Sea, supports reduction of underwater noise

13. Juli 2017
Portugal screens Sonic Sea, supports reduction of underwater noise

Eleonora Panella Jul 13 2017 The documentary Sonic Sea was screened on July 12 in Lisbon, the capital city of Portugal, and was met with the same enthusiasm as it has in other count read more
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Minke whale stuck in harbor dies from apparent infection

11. Juli 2017
Minke whale stuck in harbor dies from apparent infection

Brian Sharp Jul 11 2017 This blog was penned by Assistant Stranding Coordinator Kathryn Rose. –BS read more
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Fishery minister says she’s open to changes in whaling policy

6. Juli 2017
Fishery minister says she’s open to changes in whaling policy

Sigursteinn Masson Jul 7 2017 Recently some Meet Us, Don’t Eat Us volunteers and I were waiting for Iceland’s Minister of Fisheries Thorgerdur Katrin Gunnarsdottir as she came out of a cabinet meeting. read more
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Necropsies on two humpback whales stranded on Cape Cod

26. Juni 2017
Necropsies on two humpback whales stranded on Cape Cod

Brian Sharp Jun 26 2017 This week, the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s (IFAW) Marine Mammal Rescue and Research team responded to two separate stranded juvenile humpback whales in Chath read more
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Save the belugas. Buy a dress.

13. Juni 2017
Save the belugas. Buy a dress.

Elena Zharkova Jun 13 2017 While attending the world premiere of the “Born to be Free” film in Moscow, I met the director of Thank You charity shops, Natalia Galechan. read more
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