Impact of Paradise Papers on Shipping Industry

Clyde & Co provides main takeaways from the Paradise Papers on the shipping industry

Japan Kills 333 Minke Whales for Research Purposes

Over 300 minke whales were killed in Japan’s latest Antarctic Ocean “research mission”, the ...

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Japan to Resume Whaling in the Antartic

Japan has announced plans to send its whaling fleet to the Antarctic Ocean under its new scaled-down scientific ...

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Faroe Islands Deny Entry to Sea Shepherd's Vessel

Sea Shepherd’s anti-whaling activist vessel Bob Barker, which arrived in the Faroe Islands on Monday, August ...

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Sea Shepherd Volunteers Arrested in Faroe Islands

Two volunteer crewmembers from a ship operated by the conservationist group Sea Shepherd, Sam Simon, have been ...

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Japan Not Backing Down from Whaling Plans

Japan has declared its intent to continue hunting whales in the Southern Ocean regardless of the conclusion of the ...

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Iceland’s Whale Meat Heading for Northern Sea Route?

A freighter carrying 1,800 tonnes of fin whale meat arrived in Tromso, Norway late last week, non-governmental ...

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Sea Shepherd Takes Japanese Whalers to Court

Sea Shepherd Takes Japanese Whalers to Court

A US-based marine conservation organization Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has filed claims against Japan’s ...

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Japanese Whalers Return Empty-Handed

Japanese whaling ships returned home from the Antarctic research mission on Saturday with no catch onboard for the ...

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Japan Holds Firm on Whaling Programme

Japan is not backing down from its decision to pursue whaling despite the non-binding decision of the International ...

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Japan to Continue Whaling Despite UN Ban

The Government of Japan has announced that it intends to return to the Southern Ocean to hunt whales in 2015. It ...

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ICJ Orders Japan to Stop Whaling

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, Netherlands, has delivered its judgment in the case ...

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