60th International Whaling Commission meeting in Santiago, Chile
Read more about WWF's positioning and participation in meeting:
- WWF Position on whaling and the IWC, 2008 [pdf, 166 KB]
- WWF Opening Statement for the 60th meeting of the IWC [pdf, 179 KB]
- Number of whales killed since the IWC Moratorium started. [pdf, 116 KB]
- WWF's conservation work in Latin America and the Caribbean [pdf, 98 KB]
- Programa marino y de especies en latinoamerica y el caribe [pdf, 98 KB]
- Scientific critique of the 'whales eat fish' issue [pdf, 216 KB]
- WWF - Support for Science at IWC60 [pdf, 153 KB]
- WWF Verbal Presentation to the IWC - English and French [pdf, 95 KB]
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