Diving, kayaking, and cruising to a sustainable future in Spain, Portugal, the UK and Ireland
New programme will certify responsible whale watching businesses in the Caribbean, USA, and Indian Ocean.
WCAs Brighton Dolphin Project reconnects a city with its dolphins in the newly created biosphere reserve.
Multi-stakeholder workshop identifies changes to tourism practices that could help safeguard the declining sperm whale population.
First comprehensive guidance for tours that watch cetaceans from boats and in the water.
WCA is advising Trip Advisor on its animal welfare policy for hotels, and the UKs Travel Association on animal welfare for wildlife tourism.
Bringing together scientists and tourism representatives to protect the Franciscana in Rio State’s wetland national park.
WCA partners develop two new ocean conservation festivals in Durban and Port Elizabeth.
WCA condemns a proposal to build a new dolphinarium in the Virgin Islands.