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The Minister for the Environment Welcomes Sea Shepherd to Tahiti The Minister for the Environment Welcomes Sea Shepherd to Tahiti
The Minister for the Environment of Tahiti, Georges Handerson, and his daughter dropped by the Gojira to greet Captain Locky MacLean and express his support for Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. "On behalf of all Tahitians, we welcome you to our islands…keep up the good fight," said Mr. Handerson. Captain Paul Wat ... Read More


A Thank-You Message from Captain Watson A Thank-You Message from Captain Watson
A Thank-You Message from Captain Watson Thank-you. We did it! From both a medium- and long-term perspective, Japan should improve its protection of marine resources to a level meeting international standards. Japan has come under mounting criticism from the international community not only over its w ... Read More


Whales Weep Not! Whales Weep Not!
Officials of the Fisheries Agency’s Far Seas Fisheries Division quoted a phone call from the Nisshin Maru in the Antarctic Ocean on February 11th. The 8,044-ton Nisshin Maru is the mother ship of the research whaling fleet. The largest newspaper in Japan had the courage to say what must be said in Japan – whaling  ... Read More


VSO Day VSO Day
It’s official – the Japanese whaling fleet has called it quits in the Southern Ocean, at least for this season. And if they return next season, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society will be ready to resume their efforts to obstruct and disable illegal Japanese whaling operations. “The Nisshin Maru made a significant ... Read More


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Operation No Compromise

2010-2011 Antarctic Whale Defense Campaign

7th expedition to oppose the illegal activities of the Japanese whaling fleet in the Southern Ocean

During the past six campaigns, we have saved the lives of over 1900 whales and exposed illegal Japanese whaling activities to the entire world. Last season, we were able to save more whales than the Japanese whalers were able to kill. Five hundred and twenty-eight (528) whales are alive and swimming in the sea because you enabled us to intervene by supporting our ships and crews.

We hope it will be our last season because we put an end to this annual atrocity. Please be part of this monumental effort to protect these precious, sentient whales – we need you!

 

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