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International Marine Mammal Project

International Marine Mammal Project

2150 Allston Way, Ste 460, Berkeley (CA), 94704, United States

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(510) 859-9105

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About Working to make oceans safe for marine mammals worldwide. Our campaigns include Save Japan Dolphins, Dolphin Project and Dolphin Safe Tuna
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Mission As a project of the Earth Island Institute, we work to make oceans safe for marine mammals worldwide. We strive to eliminate dolphin mortality caused by the international tuna fishing industry, to end the use of driftnets, and to stop tuna purse-seine fishers from encircling dolphins in their nets. In addition, we aim to stop the resumption of commercial whaling worldwide, to promote sustainable fishing, and to protect the habitat of whales, dolphins, and other marine species.

We also publish the ECO Journal each year at the meeting of the International Whaling Commission on behalf of environmental and animal welfare organizations around the globe.

International Marine Mammal Project:

http://immp.eii.org

Eco Journal:

http://www.earthisland.org/marinemammal/index.php/eco

Dolphin Safe Tuna:

http://www.earthisland.org/dolphinSafeTuna/consumer/

http://www.earthisland.org/dolphinSafeTuna/

Dolphin Project:

http://dolphinproject.org/

Save Japan Dolphins:

http://savejapandolphins.org/

Free Willy Keiko Foundation:

http://www.keiko.com/

Earth Island Institute:

http://www.earthisland.org/
Description Dedicated to protecting dolphins and whales from slaughter, use and abuse around the world.
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