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A Greenpeace inflatable boat tries to prevent

Image | 22 January, 2008 at 1:00

A Greenpeace inflatable boat tries to prevent Japanese whaling fleet's factory ship Nisshin Maru from refueling from the supply vessel Oriental Bluebird in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary.

Over 100 Whales Saved by Greenpeace - Low Fuel Forces Esperanza Back to Port

Press release | 26 January, 2008 at 8:04

After spending two weeks successfully preventing the Japanese whaling fleet from hunting in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary (1), the Greenpeace ship Esperanza is running low on fuel and must return to port. The Australian government ship...

551 whales too many

Feature story | 14 April, 2008 at 2:00

After five months at sea, the Nisshin Maru arrived in Japan today having taken around half the number of whales from the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary as planned, but still 551 whales too many.

Activists from Greenpeace Japan meet the

Image | 15 April, 2008 at 14:20

Activists from Greenpeace Japan meet the whaling factory ship Nisshin Maru with a banner saying "FAILED" as it arrives in Tokyo, Japan to unload whale meat for sale. The ship failed to meet its quota of 935 whales by nearly half, in part because...

The real criminals in the whaling industry

Image | 3 November, 2008 at 1:00

The real criminals in the whaling industry have yet to be charged.

Challenge to Japan to prosecute anti- whaling activists worldwide

Feature story | 4 November, 2008 at 1:00

Despite the moratorium on commercial whaling, the Japanese government continues to send a fleet of ships to the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary to kill over a thousand whales. Each season, the fleet departs for the Sanctuary and more whales...

Ramming

Background | 8 January, 2009 at 18:09

On the morning of 08 January 2006, in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary, the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise was rammed by the Nisshin Maru, the factory ship of the Fisheries Agency of Japan's whaling fleet. Here is the official account...

Iceland: Killing whales makes no economic sense

Feature story | 3 February, 2009 at 14:52

Killing whales to save the economy? It sounds like a terrible idea. Last week, the Icelandic government resigned, following widespread protests over its handling of the financial crisis. On his way out the door, outgoing Fisheries Minister Einar...

The Japanese factory ship Nisshin Maru

Image | 14 April, 2009 at 2:00

The Japanese factory ship Nisshin Maru docks in Shimonoseki, Japan, having just returned from its last so-called "scientific"whaling expedition to the Southern Ocean whale sanctuary.

Workers unload boxes from the Nisshin Maru

Image | 14 April, 2009 at 16:33

Workers unload boxes from the Nisshin Maru to a courier van. The ship is docked in Shimonoseki, Japan, having just returned from its last so-called "scientific" whaling expedition to the Southern Ocean whale sanctuary.

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