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]
News from IWC 2008
Whaling commission shifts toward conservation agenda
The 65th meeting of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) ended today with a landmark decision ...
Countries impose tighter regulation of scientific whaling
New rules on whale hunts should stop killing for junk science.
WWF statement international condemnation of Iceland
WWF joins 35 governments in calling on Iceland to stop hunting endangered fin whales.