Buying fish – can you ever be sure that dolphins haven’t suffered?
We tend to trust the term ‘sustainable fisheries’. It implies that the fish population being targeted is not threatened. But what does it tell us…Read More
Europe’s first whale disentanglement training course for fishers takes place in Scotland
More whales and dolphins, as well as basking sharks and other marine animals, are getting entangled in fishing gear than ever before. It’s a massive…Read More
Scientists call on EU and Member States to take action to prevent dolphin deaths
After more than 1,000 common dolphins washed up dead on the French coast over the winter, scientists from France, Ireland, Portugal, Spain and the UK…Read More
We’re so close to winning protected areas in Scotland’s seas
It’s been eight years since we formally asked the Scottish government to protect the marine areas that Risso’s dolphins, minke whales and other species use…Read More
Did you know the International Whaling Commission is tackling dolphin deaths in nets?
If you are aware of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) then you probably know it as the body that regulates whale hunts. What you may…Read More
Is MSC certified fish dolphin-friendly?
Whether or not you eat fish, you will probably have seen the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) logo on some fish products at your local supermarket.…Read More