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Petition to end the Faroese Whale and Dolphin hunts

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On the 12th September 2021 at least 1,400 Atlantic white-sided dolphins and dozens of juveniles were killed in one single mass killing event in the Faore Islands. This is the largest dolphin hunt in the islands’ history and possibly the largest single hunt ever undertaken worldwide. Together we call for an end of these hunts!

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16th February 2022. Yesterday, Tuesday, the long-awaited report about dolphin hunting was presented to the Cabinet of Ministers of the Faroese Islands. Read more

Be aware of noise | Ocean noise poses a threat to marine life

Noise emissions are predominantly caused by the petroleum industry searching for hydrocarbon resources, navies and shipping. Seismic airguns are used to search the seabed for oil and gas and emit intense impulsive noise every 10 to 15 seconds for several weeks. OceanCare engages to make the ocean a quiet place.

 

Call on Spain to become a world pioneer in the protection of Cetaceans from underwater noise pollution

The OceanCare report “Quiet Waters for Whales and Dolphins” was presented at the press conference in Palma de Mallorca this November. This document is designed to support the Spanish Ministry for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge (MITECO) in the development of the conservation management plan for the Cetacean Migration Corridor.

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OceanLove – the most beautiful sides of the ocean. In your mailbox at the beginning of each month.

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Many challenges are awaiting marine conservationists like you. Underwater noise, plastic pollution, overfishing, animal issues: there is much to do. We are so grateful that you do not turn a blind eye to these problems but help us find solutions. That is why we would like to thank you with a small gift. Each month, starting in January, we will send you a stunning picture of a marine animal to download for your desktop and mobile wallpaper, with a positive message or a fascinating fact.

It should remind us why we are marine conservationists. For the love of the ocean and marine life.

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Iceland kills first fin whale in four years

Iceland has resumed the hunting of fin whales in the northeast Atlantic. This new whaling season is one that many of us had hoped would not start and especially after the Icelandic Fisheries minister boldly highlighted earlier this year that their whaling made no...

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