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WDC x OneNine5 Eco Essentials Pouch

OneNine5 launches a super sustainable eco-travel pouch

This co-branded, multipurpose pouch is perfect to organise and store anything you carry on the move. You can use it as your makeup or cosmetic...

Shameful whale experiments in Norway – what we know and why they must stop

As football fans settle down to enjoy a beer, a barbeque and the opening games of the Euros, my thoughts are centred on a remote...
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Out of the bowl, into the sea – new partnership with Curve Digital announced!

Join the small-scale hero, Goldfish, and his friends in making a break for freedom to the sanctuary of the sea. Navigate the busy town in...
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Japanese whaling ships leave ports to hunt for whales

Japan resumed commercial whaling three years ago after leaving the International Whaling Commission (IWC - the body that regulates whaling) and following widespread international criticism...
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Rare sighting of large gathering of feeding humpback whales in Australia

Humpbacks usually feed during the austral (southern hemisphere) summer in the cold waters around Antarctica before heading north to breed and give birth in warmer...

One world ocean – why we need to think globally and act locally

On World Ocean(s) Day let's remember that there is only one ocean on our world. All the water flows through one connected system and this...
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Sri Lanka oil spill brings fears for whales and dolphins

Spinner dolphins in Sri Lanka © Andrew Sutton Experts are increasingly concerned at the plight of a Singapore-registered cargo ship, the X-Press Pearl, laden with...
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WDC partner, Skylum, makes a splash for World Oceans Day

From 5th to 30th June, Skylum is supporting WDC through a dedicated World Oceans Day campaign and a wide range of exciting events, a competition...

Ex-captive dolphins give birth in the wild

Around 120  Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins live around Jeju Island in the Korea Strait off South Korea. Between 2009 to 2010, 11 individuals were illegally captured and...