Sea Shepherd

Unless we can effectively address the concerns of people impacted by our conservation measures, we will struggle to make serious and sustainable change.
“The whale killers ... were caught red-handed," a captain for Sea Shepherd said.
My life has been dedicated to defending dolphins around the world, especially in Japan. For people to criticize me and Sea Shepherd for not doing enough is insulting.
I was raised in a small fishing village on the Passamaquoddy Bay in New Brunswick, Canada and I still vividly remember the way things were in the Fifties. The way things were then is not the way things are now.
I have done some challenging things in my life; one of them, getting a PhD and doing climate change and food-security research in Ethiopia with the rest of my family half-way across the globe.
I’ve met locals who claim they don’t eat the meat, but have no shame in telling me they find it beautiful to watch. Beautiful
The killing of a two-year old boy is a sad tragedy in human eyes of course, but what does a vendetta against alligators accomplish?
Climate change, and not hunting, is the real threat to the polar bear populations. And that is what the WWF and Greenpeace International are advocating while respecting the rights of the indigenous communities of the high North.
President Francois Hollande now has the opportunity to host a conference that could for the first time address the real threats to our environment and if it does so, this will be the most important conference in the history of humanity.
Anderson and actor and ocean activist Martin Sheen both recently wrote to the Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokk Rasmussen in
The world is outraged by Japan's latest shameful act of stealing an albino dolphin from the sea and its proposed sale, which sentences this exquisite apex predator to a heinous life of slavery.
Sheen joins Brigitte Bardot, Bob Barker, Steve Irwin and Sam Simon in an elite class of Hollywood stars, conservationists and television executives who support Sea Shepherd and have vessels named in their honor
Instead of a truce, Japan intends on mercilessly annihilating more sentient, highly complex social whales to feed a burgeoning domestic dog food market. It's bloody wrong, it's ecocide and it's illegal.
The oceans and all sealife, in fact, belong to the commons. Japan is plundering the ocean, and because they are currently an economic superpower all other nations are turning a blind eye.
Japan's annual dolphin drive hunting season began on Monday in the small town of Taiji, but activists are working hard to
On the heels of the Magnotta case, Shane and Sia, along with Nevada state senator Mark Menudo, are now working again with
About 1.1 billion people, or 15 percent of the human race, depends upon killing our living planet for their daily livelihood.