31 Mar '14, 1pm

The Whales Have Won! — ICJ Rules Japan’s Southern Ocean Whaling ‘Not For Scientific Research’ v…

Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s international volunteer crew stood on the frontlines in the hostile and remote waters of Antarctica for eight years and then Sea Shepherd Australia took up that gauntlet for the last two years and will keep confronting Japanese whalers in Antarctica until we can once and for all bring an end to the killing in this internationally designated “safety zone” for whales. Over the years, Sea Shepherd has been the only organization to directly intervene against Japan’s illegal commercial whaling conducted under the guise of research, with their claims of research globally questioned. Indeed, Sea Shepherd has been the only thing standing between majestic whales and the whalers’ harpoons, as these internationally protected species — many of them pregnant — migrate through Antarctic waters each year.

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seashepherd.org 31 Mar '14, 11am

Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s international volunteer crew stood on the frontlines in the hostile and remote waters ...

The Whales Have Won! — ICJ Rules Japan’s Southe...

seashepherd.org 31 Mar '14, 7pm

Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s international volunteer crew stood on the frontlines in the hostile and remote waters ...

International Court Rules Japan’s ‘Research’ Whaling Illegal in Landmark Case

International Court Rules Japan’s ‘Research’ Wh...

ecowatch.com 31 Mar '14, 1pm

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ICJ declares Japan's 'scientific whaling program' illegal

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mnn.com 31 Mar '14, 2pm

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worldwildlife.org 31 Mar '14, 3pm

Washington, DC (March 31) – The International Court of Justice ruled today that Japan should immediately cease all whaling...

World court rules Japan's #whaling not for scientific ends, revokes permits

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straitstimes.com 31 Mar '14, 10am

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Japan Whaling Program Ruled Illegal | Well done, @SeaShepherd! #savethewhales

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ecorazzi.com 31 Mar '14, 1pm

“With today’s ruling, the ICJ has taken a fair and just stance on the right side of history by protecting the whales of th...

International Court of Justice orders Japan to stop Antarctic whaling

International Court of Justice orders Japan to ...

treehugger.com 31 Mar '14, 8pm

The International Court of Justice has concluded, after a 12-4 vote, that Japan's whale hunt in the southern ocean near An...

Faroes Campaign update:

seashepherd.org 04 Apr '14, 1pm

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greenpeace.org.uk 31 Mar '14, 10am

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pv-tech.org 31 Mar '14, 10am

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