Every minute, huge quantities of plastic gets dumped in our oceans. What practical steps can we take to avoid this?
A ship exceeding speed limits in Canada’s St. Lawrence River was cited and fined CAD$6000. A new speed limited has been put in place in order to protect the estuaries’ North Atlantic Right Whale transient population.
It is believed ship/whale collisions in the St. Lawrence have been responsible for several Right Whale deaths in the region…
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The North Atlantic right whale, as some of you may already be aware, has been in the news recently as the Canadian Federal Fisheries officials investigate the death of yet another endangered right whale on the Canadian east coast. The department confirmed on Tuesday August 1, 2017 that a whale was found dead in […]
Recent estimates suggest that there are only about 525 Right Whales left in the world. Seven or eight have been found dead recently in Canada’s St. Lawrence.
Some of the deaths are a mystery, others are attributed to whales colliding with ships in the relatively narrow confines of the St. Lawrence.
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Defenders of Wildlife News Release DONALD TRUMP’S PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION; CONSERVATION OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES Following is a statement from the President and CEO of Defenders of Wildlife, Jamie Rappaport Clark, on President-elect Donald Trump’s election and the conservation opportunities and challenges ahead. “Although we know we will not see eye-to-eye with President-elect Trump and his administration on […]
With just two months before he leaves office, US president Barack Obama will reportedly attempt to block oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean for the next five years. It would be a largely symbolic move, considering the decision must be reviewed by Congress and could be reversed by the next administration. But the most important…