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Why we’re walking for whales to save the world
We've got enormous ambitions when it comes to fighting climate breakdown, and so two members of our team have taken on mammoth challenges to help...
Three decades on from UK’s last dolphin show, what needs to change?
The UK hasn't had captive whales and dolphins on display for 30 years, but it's not illegal in the UK to keep whales and dolphins...
When porpoises and people overlap
We're funding a project in Hong Kong that's working with fishing communities to help save the vulnerable finless porpoises who share the sea with them....
Scottish fishers working with us to reduce risks to whales
Small changes to fishing gear could make a big difference to whales around Scotland, and we are supporting Scottish fishers to work out the best...
Mindful conservation – why we need a new respect for nature
'We should look at whales and dolphins as the indigenous people of the seas - and treat them accordingly.' To succeed in our efforts to...