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Best Ever Japan Dolphins Day!

September 2, 2014 by Laura Bridgeman

International Events Raised Awareness and Built Community

Tokyo and Taiji and Japan Dolphins Day

September 1, 2014 by Mark Palmer, Save Japan Dolphins

Ric and the Dolphin Project Team are in Taiji, live streaming and reporting on the status of the dolphin hunts on our Facebook Pages.  Here's what's happening...

Ric and EII Dolphin Project Team in Japan

August 27, 2014 by Mark Palmer, Save Japan Dolphins

Ric O'Barry and the Earth Island Dolphin Team will be in Tokyo and Taiji, Japan, this weekend for the official opening of the dolphin-hunting season.  See what they have planned!

How Rude! SeaWorld Decides to Ignore India’s Ban on Captivity

August 26, 2014 by Laura Bridgeman

Sign Our Petition Telling SeaWorld to Stay Out of India!

Angel Painting Auction Closes on Sunday August 31

August 25, 2014 by Mark Palmer, Save Japan Dolphins

Our auction for the wonderful painting of Angel the albino dolphin by artist Catherine Garneau's closes on August 31st, so hurry and get your bids in!  Cards and other items are also available for sale, with proceeds benefiting Earth Island's Dolphin Project.

Kroger and Save Mart Deep-Sixes Dolphin-Deadly Tuna

August 12, 2014 by Mark Palmer, Save Japan Dolphins

In a victory for dolphins, tuna caught by chasing, netting, and killing dolphins has been taken off the shelves of supermarket giants Kroger and Save Mart, thanks to Earth Island Institute.

WAZA & JAZA to Meet Elsa & Japan Activists

August 9, 2014 by Ric O'Barry, Earth Island Institute

In a meeting tomorrow in Japan, Sakae Hemmi of Elsa Nature Conservancy of Japan and her colleagues will meet with the president of JAZA and the director of WAZA to urge an end to the captivity industry's subsidy of the Taiji dolphin hunts.

In Killing Whales and Dolphins, Japan is Hurting Itself

August 5, 2014 by Mark Palmer, Save Japan Dolphins

In the Huffington Post blog, Mark J. Palmer of Earth Island explains why Japan should stop killing whales and dolphins, and why the Obama Administration should push them to do so.

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