The World Cetacean Alliance (WCA) is delighted that our world-first...
Despite publishing its much-delayed Bycatch Mitigation Initiative, the UK seems no closer to taking meaningful action on cetacean bycatch.
Global leaders must recognise how vital whales are – for the climate and our future.
The WCA is deeply disappointed that the Marine Stewardship Council will continue to certify fisheries that deliberately kill and harass marine mammals.
The WCA is deeply disappointed that the Faroe Islands will not be banning their dolphin hunts after reviewing the cruel practice.
The WCA is horrified that inhumane experiments on minke whales in Norway, which we opposed last year, have now restarted for a second season
Recent news confirms that the UK and EU must take urgent action to tackle the issue of destructive fishing and protect marine life.
Thea Taylor, Sussex Dolphin Project Lead, shares her experience of attending a workshop on bycatch solutions.
The WCA has joined the Transform Bottom Trawling coalition and is calling for a globally reduced bottom trawling footprint by 2030.
After announcing that 2021 would be a ‘Super Year’ for ocean protection, the UK Government has made few real advances in safeguarding its seas or marine wildlife.