Conservation and environmental news & publications: Japan
Japan “offsides” at the IWC
In spite of the global whaling moratorium, more whales than ever are being caught and killed on the ...
Citizens from pro-whaling countries say “No” to whaling
On the eve of 58th International Whaling Commission meeting, a new WWF poll reveals that citizens ...
Are whales doomed?
WWF Global Species Programme Director Dr Sue Lieberman writes on whale conservation issues in the ...
WWF PowerSwitch! scenarios for a clean energy future
WWF has produced PowerSwitch! scenarios for countries and regions around the world - to prove that ...
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Dr Arata Izawa, Marine Programme Officer, WWF Japan
I dived to look for coral and fish so often and sometimes enjoyed camping - lying on the shore ...
Japanese Whaling: science or sushi?
Sue Lieberman, Director of WWF's Global Species Programme, writes on Japan's questionable ...
Japan's science: a whale of a tale
A new WWF report dispels the myth that it is necessary to kill whales in order to study them. ...
Japanese Scientific Whaling: Irresponsible Science, Irresponsible Whaling
Although it is critical that the management of whale populations is based upon sound scientific ...
Asia Pacific Ecoregion Big Wins Update
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Yurika Ayukawa remembers the struggle for Kyoto
Yurika Ayukawa, Head of the Climate programme at WWF-Japan, remembers a moment when sheer ...