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Dolphin scientists look like you and me – citizen science in action
Our amazing volunteers have looked out for dolphins from the shores of Scotland more than 75,000 times. That's 75,000 dolphin watches carried out as part...
The Faroes dolphin slaughter that sparked an outcry now brings hope
Since the slaughter of at least 1,423 Atlantic white-sided dolphins at Skálafjørður in my home country of the Faroe Islands, many people have raised their...
From managing commercial slaughter to saving the whale – the International Whaling Commission at 75
Governments come together under the auspices of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) to make decisions that affect whales (and more recently dolphins and porpoises too)...
Progress for our campaign as New Zealand takes action to protect dolphins from fishing nets
Following our long-running campaign to save endangered Hector's dolphins, the New Zealand government has announced action … but will it be enough? Hector's dolphins live...
COP26: Did we persuade world leaders to listen to the ocean?
As the dust settles after the United Nations Climate Change conference in Glasgow, it's a good moment to reflect on what we achieved there for...