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Common dolphin (delphinus delphis) Gulf of California Mexico.

Respite for dolphins in the Bay of Biscay

Bianca Cisternino Bianca is WDC's bycatch coordinator. She leads our work to protect whales and...
Lottie and Ed outside the Norwegian parliament

We’re working within Norway to end whaling

Lottie Pearson Lottie is WDC's campaign coordinator. She works to end whaling in Norway, Iceland,...
Leaping harbour porpoise

Success! Protection for porpoises at CMS

Ed Goodall Ed is WDC's head of intergovernmental engagement. He meets with world leaders to...
Humpback whale playing with kelp

Why do humpback whales wear seaweed wigs?

Alison Wood Ali is WDC's education projects coordinator. She is the editor of Splash! and KIDZONE,...

An evening in the 'Last Ocean'

I have just spent an incredible evening with Erich Hoyt, Rob Lott, Peter Hall, Mel Salmon and a cinema full of friends and colleagues with the Director of the Last Ocean. It was great catching up with some old friends, such as Claire Bass, Richard Page and Barbara Mass.

This film is an incredible exposé of a potential disaster in the Southern Ocean where an Olympic fishery for the tooth fish, or Chilean Sea Bass as some know it, is on the verge of destroying a pristine area. 

This is one of the last areas of the world where human impacts are minimal but growing. We can do something about it, CCAMLR is meeting in a few days in Germany and we can help affect the decisions they take.

Please help us and ASOC and the Last Ocean Trust protect this remarkable part of the world.