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The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety


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Regrann from @paulnicklen - The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety

This work was performed under the authorization n.0 XX-ORAC-2018 issued by the Government, on February 22, 2018 - #regrann


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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // On a recent @Sea_Legacy expedition to photograph Blue Whales, I came across this young Loggerhead Sea Turtle basking under and overcast sky. The early life of loggerheads and other sea turtles used to be called “the lost years,” because no one knew exactly where they went. Now we know that after young loggerheads are born in the warm beaches of Florida, they embark on a leisurely voyage under the sun. The youngsters idly float north along the Gulf Stream, then head toward the Azores. Along the way, they spend most of their time riding the waves, and the sun helps raise their body temperature.A small fish has turned this turtle into a home, where he can hide from predators, like seabirds. I spent a few minutes with these two animals, and then I watched as they swam, together, into the deep. To learn more about loggerheads check out the @LoggerheadMarineLifeCenter and #FollowMe at @CristinaMittermeier.
#TurningtheTide with @Sea_Legacy @PaulNicklen @_tomConlin @Susan_bird_


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I've heard people argue that we shouldn't think about environmental issues right now because we haven't solved more immediate problems like crime and homelessness (let alone fascism and crimes against humanity). But climate change and plastic pollution are making conditions on the planet worse. Extinctions are happening before our eyes. Humanity is resilient, but not invincible. We can still take personal responsibility and alter our behavior. I'm gearing up for #plasticfreejuly and invite you to the challenge. Here, I'm looking for ways to reduce plastic in the bathroom. Testing....Home-made deodorant: 2T baking soda+2T Arrowroot powder mixed into 3T coconut oil + a few drops of lavender essential oil. Bar shampoo by @boodaorganics (need a bar conditioner for this shampoo to work for me. I'd appreciate recommendations!) Kersti Muul's orca and salmon safe salve made with love, using botanicals she collected at just the right time, and extracted herself. Compostable bamboo toothbrush. Uncle Harry's natural toothpaste (until I make my own). #planetorplastic Check out @1millionwomen for ideas. And I'd love to hear what you come up with #turningthetide #hopeforthefuture


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Whaling is a very barbaric and outdated tradition, yet it is still a present issue and is happening right now. The Icelandic Government are allowing the killing of 238 endangered Fin Whales, the second largest animal in the world. The whales will be harpooned and dragged on to a large whaling vessel, enduring a cruel and long death. Please help #StopIcelandWhaling and add your voice by clicking the link in my bio.
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#whaling #whale #whalewatching #oceano #oceanconservation #planetearth #earth #animalkingdom #animallovers #endangeredspecies #wildernessculture #naturelovers #natgeo #iceland #conservation #forthewildones #ourplanetdaily #humpbackwhale #marine #mammal #explorebc #bigblue #blueplanet #turningthetide #mothernature #wildlife #wildlifephotography #activism #protest


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Video by @renan_ozturk

During our recent shoot in Chilean Patagonia I noticed the uncanny similarity of the huge ice and rock formations throughout the region. ~

Enjoy this little sampler of the environmental mimicry flying through one the last wild conservation success stories on earth. ~

With drone pilot @aaroncohan, Photographer @chrisburkard, and conservation masters @tompkins_conservation @kristine_tompkins. #patagonia #drone #rewilding #turningthetide ~

See @renan_ozturk for more aerials from around the globe.


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Most of our planet is covered with water, but for many of us, the closest connection we have is to sit on the beach, look at the water, and roast in the sun. @mir.ran.da


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❗️Help us #StopIcelandWhaling ❗️
As the largest marine mammals, whales play a critical role in keeping our oceans healthy. They prevent species over-population, regulate food systems and combat climate change. Highly intelligent, social and caring, their spirit and song captivate us. Our two species share more than just DNA; we share needs, emotions and vulnerabilities.
Yet, several countries still hunt whales for meat, in defiance of the 1986 International Whaling Commission's moratorium.
In 2018, the Icelandic government sanctioned the slaughter of 238 endangered fin whales for gourmet delicacies. Those whales are dying right now, each one harpooned and dragged to a slow, cruel end.
This hunt makes no economic sense. Iceland’s whale watching industry generates $20 million USD annually – far more than the disappearing whale meat market. One in five tourists go whale watching, making Iceland Europe’s #1 destination.
We need all of our whales, alive and breathing, to support healthy and abundant oceans. 💙🐳
Please join @sea_legacy @bluespherefoundation @oceanicpreservationsociety and legaSeas in calling on Iceland choose tourism over whaling. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join #TurningTheTide through the link in @sea_legacy bio. Take action now.

Video by @PaulNicklen


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The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety

This work was performed under the authorization n.0 XX-ORAC-2018 issued by the Government, on February 22, 2018


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#Repost @sea_legacy with @get_repost
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Video by @PaulNicklen // The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in our bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety

This work was performed under the authorization n.0 XX-ORAC-2018 issued by the Government, on February 22, 2018. 💔💔💔


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Regrann from @kristinbauer - #Iceland just slaughtered slowly and painfully the first of 238 #endangered #whales. Their whale watching tourist industry is worth millions. Please repost and let them know it’s time to stop! The whale meat industry is dead. Most of The world has stopped murdering whales. This is not #Eco. Iceland’s dirty secret. Repost from @racingextinction - The International Whaling Commission (IWC) instituted a global moratorium, or pause, on commercial whaling in 1986. Yet, Kristján Loftsson, CEO of Iceland’s only fin whale-hunting business, Hvalur hf (Whale Inc.), continues to operate, ignoring international outrage and the shrinking demand for whale meat. This year, after a two-year hiatus in hunting, the Icelandic government sanctioned the slaughter of 238 endangered fin whales. Those whales are dying right now, each one harpooned and dragged to a slow, cruel end. Economically, the hunt doesn’t make any sense. Iceland’s whale watching industry generates $20 million USD annually – far more than the disappearing whale meat market. It’s time for Iceland to choose tourism over whaling. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy @oceanicpreservationsociety @bluespherefoundation in #TurningTheTide through the link in bio.
This work was performed under the authorization n.0 XX-ORAC-2018 issued by the Government, on February 22, 2018 - #regrann


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#Repost @oceanicpreservationsociety with @get_repost
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💔🐋 Heartbreaking update via our campaign partners at @sea_legacy: The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland. A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland.
Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join us, @Sea_Legacy, legaSeas, & @bluespherefoundation in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in our bio.
Video by @paulnicklen. #TurningTheTide
This work was performed under the authorization n.0 XX-ORAC-2018 issued by the Government, on February 22, 2018


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Did you know that whales were once threatened with extinction due to over exploitation, but their populations have slowly been able to recover thanks to legal protection and conservation initiatives? Whales are living reminders that conservation works, and if we make a collection decision to preserve the life we share the planet with, populations of threatened wildlife can recover if we give them the chance. Sharks are currently facing the same type of situation, and it is our hope that one day the general public will support and protection for these misunderstood and vital animals. Unfortunately, whales still face numerous threats and not every country follows regulations put in place to protect them. Continue reading below and check out @sea_legacy for more information! #WorthMoreAlive
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The International Whaling Commission (IWC) instituted a global moratorium, or pause, on commercial whaling in 1986. Yet, Kristján Loftsson, CEO of Iceland’s only fin whale-hunting business, Hvalur hf (Whale Inc.), continues to operate, ignoring international outrage and the shrinking demand for whale meat. This year, after a two-year hiatus in hunting, the Icelandic government sanctioned the slaughter of 238 endangered fin whales. Those whales are dying right now, each one harpooned and dragged to a slow, cruel end. Economically, the hunt doesn’t make any sense. Iceland’s whale watching industry generates $20 million USD annually – far more than the disappearing whale meat market. It’s time for Iceland to choose tourism over whaling. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in #TurningTheTide through the link in my bio.

This work was performed under the authorization n.0 XX-ORAC-2018 issued by the Government, on February 22, 2018


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#Repost @sea_legacy ・・・
Photo by @nickhawkinsphotography // The moment before the head of a massive 70 foot fin whale breaks through the surface after feeding on herring in the depths of the Bay of Fundy. I spent hundreds of hours watching fin whales when I worked as a naturalist aboard whale watching boats. Few whales left such an impression of grace, power and agility as the spectacular fin whale, second only to the blue whale as the largest animal to have ever lived on our planet. It is both incredible disheartening - and confusing - to learn that Iceland has sanctioned the killing of 238 of these IUCN endangered animals this year.

Iceland’s whale watching industry generates $20 million USD annually – far more than the disappearing whale meat market. It’s time for Iceland to choose tourism over whaling. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy @bluespherefoundation @oceanicpreservationsociety in #TurningTheTide through the link in our bio.


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#Iceland just slaughtered slowly and painfully the first of 238 #endangered #whales. Their whale watching tourist industry is worth millions. Please repost and let them know it’s time to stop! The whale meat industry is dead. Most of The world has stopped murdering whales. This is not #Eco. Iceland’s dirty secret. Repost from @racingextinction - The International Whaling Commission (IWC) instituted a global moratorium, or pause, on commercial whaling in 1986. Yet, Kristján Loftsson, CEO of Iceland’s only fin whale-hunting business, Hvalur hf (Whale Inc.), continues to operate, ignoring international outrage and the shrinking demand for whale meat. This year, after a two-year hiatus in hunting, the Icelandic government sanctioned the slaughter of 238 endangered fin whales. Those whales are dying right now, each one harpooned and dragged to a slow, cruel end. Economically, the hunt doesn’t make any sense. Iceland’s whale watching industry generates $20 million USD annually – far more than the disappearing whale meat market. It’s time for Iceland to choose tourism over whaling. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy @oceanicpreservationsociety @bluespherefoundation in #TurningTheTide through the link in bio.
This work was performed under the authorization n.0 XX-ORAC-2018 issued by the Government, on February 22, 2018


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#Repost @paulnicklen with @get_repost
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The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety


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🚫Stop Iceland Whaling - from @sea_legacy: Video by @PaulNicklen // The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in @sea_legacy's bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety

This work was performed under the authorization n.0 XX-ORAC-2018 issued by the Government, on February 22, 2018


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Regrann from @oceanicpreservationsociety - 💔🐋 Heartbreaking update via our campaign partners at @sea_legacy: The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland. A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland.
Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join us, @Sea_Legacy, legaSeas, & @bluespherefoundation in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in our bio.
Video by @paulnicklen. #TurningTheTide - #regrann


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Video by @PaulNicklen // The International Whaling Commission (IWC) instituted a global moratorium, or pause, on commercial whaling in 1986. Yet, Kristján Loftsson, CEO of Iceland’s only fin whale-hunting business, Hvalur hf (Whale Inc.), continues to operate, ignoring international outrage and the shrinking demand for whale meat. This year, after a two-year hiatus in hunting, the Icelandic government sanctioned the slaughter of 238 endangered fin whales. Those whales are dying right now, each one harpooned and dragged to a slow, cruel end. Economically, the hunt doesn’t make any sense. Iceland’s whale watching industry generates $20 million USD annually – far more than the disappearing whale meat market. It’s time for Iceland to choose tourism over whaling. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy @bluespherefoundation @oceanicpreservationsociety in #TurningTheTide through the link in our bio.


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I don’t really repost but this is something close to my heart. Please take a few minutes to create some noise around Iceland’s decision to kill over 200 endangered Finn whales this year after they stopped hunting them two years ago. They won’t stop without consistent & relentless global pressure. They need to hear how it will affect their tourism, economy & reputation. #StopIcelandWhaling All the facts are in this post & @sea_legacy have all the details on who you can email lobby. #Repost @paulnicklen with @get_repost
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The International Whaling Commission (IWC) instituted a global moratorium, or pause, on commercial whaling in 1986. Yet, Kristján Loftsson, CEO of Iceland’s only fin whale-hunting business, Hvalur hf (Whale Inc.), continues to operate, ignoring international outrage and the shrinking demand for whale meat. This year, after a two-year hiatus in hunting, the Icelandic government sanctioned the slaughter of 238 endangered fin whales. Those whales are dying right now, each one harpooned and dragged to a slow, cruel end. Economically, the hunt doesn’t make any sense. Iceland’s whale watching industry generates $20 million USD annually – far more than the disappearing whale meat market. It’s time for Iceland to choose tourism over whaling. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in #TurningTheTide through the link in my bio.


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Words by @sea_legacy Warning: Graphic content. Documenting the California drift net fishery was an emotional journey. This fishery has a staggering 65% bycatch rate which includes sharks, turtles, dolphins, and whales. Urge California state legislators to enact SB 1017 to transition California away from the use of harmful large-scale driftnets into environmentally conscious practices. Rob Stewart dedicated his life to championing safe and healthy oceans and we’re proud to carry on his legacy. Click the link @sea_legacy’s bio to stand up with SeaLegacy to end this practice and continue helping us in #TurningTheTide.

With @teamsharkwater @turtleislandrestorationnetwork @mercyforanimals @theseachangeagency @sea_legacy @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier #turningthetide #bandeathnets #conservation #California


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Words by @sea_legacy Warning: Graphic content. Documenting the California drift net fishery was an emotional journey. This fishery has a staggering 65% bycatch rate which includes sharks, turtles, dolphins, and whales. Urge California state legislators to enact SB 1017 to transition California away from the use of harmful large-scale driftnets into environmentally conscious practices. Rob Stewart dedicated his life to championing safe and healthy oceans and we’re proud to carry on his legacy. Click the link @sea_legacy’s bio to stand up with SeaLegacy to end this practice and continue helping us in #TurningTheTide.

With @teamsharkwater @turtleislandrestorationnetwork @mercyforanimals @theseachangeagency @sea_legacy @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier #turningthetide #bandeathnets #conservation #California


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Words by @sea_legacy Warning: Graphic content. Documenting the California drift net fishery was an emotional journey. This fishery has a staggering 65% bycatch rate which includes sharks, turtles, dolphins, and whales. Urge California state legislators to enact SB 1017 to transition California away from the use of harmful large-scale driftnets into environmentally conscious practices. Rob Stewart dedicated his life to championing safe and healthy oceans and we’re proud to carry on his legacy. Click the link @sea_legacy’s bio to stand up with SeaLegacy to end this practice and continue helping us in #TurningTheTide.

With @teamsharkwater @turtleislandrestorationnetwork @mercyforanimals @theseachangeagency @sea_legacy @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier #turningthetide #bandeathnets #conservation #California


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🖤🦈 "Species are like a house of cards. You can't just take one card out of the deck and not expect the deck to crumble." #SaveSharks @racingextinction @oceanicpreservationsociety @sea_legacy @bluespherefoundation @wildaid #TurningTheTide #RacingExtinction #Sharks


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🖤🦈 "Species are like a house of cards. You can't just take one card out of the deck and not expect the deck to crumble." #SaveSharks @racingextinction @oceanicpreservationsociety @sea_legacy @bluespherefoundation @wildaid #TurningTheTide #RacingExtinction #Sharks


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🖤🦈 "Species are like a house of cards. You can't just take one card out of the deck and not expect the deck to crumble." #SaveSharks @racingextinction @oceanicpreservationsociety @sea_legacy @bluespherefoundation @wildaid #TurningTheTide #RacingExtinction #Sharks


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Warning: Graphic content. Documenting the California drift net fishery was an emotional journey. This fishery has a staggering 65% bycatch rate which includes sharks, turtles, dolphins, and whales. Urge California state legislators to enact SB 1017 to transition California away from the use of harmful large-scale driftnets into environmentally conscious practices. Rob Stewart dedicated his life to championing safe and healthy oceans and we’re proud to carry on his legacy. Click the link in our bio to stand up with SeaLegacy to end this practice and continue helping us in #TurningTheTide.

With @teamsharkwater @turtleislandrestorationnetwork @mercyforanimals @theseachangeagency @sea_legacy @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier #turningthetide #bandeathnets #conservation #California


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Warning: Graphic content. Documenting the California drift net fishery was an emotional journey. This fishery has a staggering 65% bycatch rate which includes sharks, turtles, dolphins, and whales. Urge California state legislators to enact SB 1017 to transition California away from the use of harmful large-scale driftnets into environmentally conscious practices. Rob Stewart dedicated his life to championing safe and healthy oceans and we’re proud to carry on his legacy. Click the link in our bio to stand up with SeaLegacy to end this practice and continue helping us in #TurningTheTide.

With @teamsharkwater @turtleislandrestorationnetwork @mercyforanimals @theseachangeagency @sea_legacy @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier #turningthetide #bandeathnets #conservation #California


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Warning: Graphic content. Documenting the California drift net fishery was an emotional journey. This fishery has a staggering 65% bycatch rate which includes sharks, turtles, dolphins, and whales. Urge California state legislators to enact SB 1017 to transition California away from the use of harmful large-scale driftnets into environmentally conscious practices. Rob Stewart dedicated his life to championing safe and healthy oceans and we’re proud to carry on his legacy. Click the link in our bio to stand up with SeaLegacy to end this practice and continue helping us in #TurningTheTide.

With @teamsharkwater @turtleislandrestorationnetwork @mercyforanimals @theseachangeagency @sea_legacy @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier #turningthetide #bandeathnets #conservation #California


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Repost from @paulnicklen - The International Whaling Commission (IWC) instituted a global moratorium, or pause, on commercial whaling in 1986. Yet, Kristján Loftsson, CEO of Iceland’s only fin whale-hunting business, Hvalur hf (Whale Inc.), continues to operate, ignoring international outrage and the shrinking demand for whale meat. This year, after a two-year hiatus in hunting, the Icelandic government sanctioned the slaughter of 238 endangered fin whales. Those whales are dying right now, each one harpooned and dragged to a slow, cruel end. Economically, the hunt doesn’t make any sense. Iceland’s whale watching industry generates $20 million USD annually – far more than the disappearing whale meat market. It’s time for Iceland to choose tourism over whaling. .
The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.
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A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. .
Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety


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Open-net Atlantic fish farms have been contaminating the pristine waters of coastal British Columbia for more than twenty years, with scientists and Indigenous communities have been raising the alarm about the issue the entire time. As evidence mounts, we now know that these destructive farms are not just an Indigenous problem. They concern everyone because we all depend on healthy and abundant oceans. A recent poll shows that three in four British Columbians want these farms banned. Today, we are launching #GetFishFarmsOut, our call to the Provincial and Federal Governments of Canada to do the right thing. They campaigned on a promise to ensure the salmon farming industry does not endanger wild Pacific salmon. Yet, this is exactly what is happening. Check the link in our bio to join us in the campaign to #GetFishFarmsOut.
#TurningTheTide @TavishCampbell, @molinadawson, @alexmorton4salmon


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Open-net Atlantic fish farms have been contaminating the pristine waters of coastal British Columbia for more than twenty years, with scientists and Indigenous communities have been raising the alarm about the issue the entire time. As evidence mounts, we now know that these destructive farms are not just an Indigenous problem. They concern everyone because we all depend on healthy and abundant oceans. A recent poll shows that three in four British Columbians want these farms banned. Today, we are launching #GetFishFarmsOut, our call to the Provincial and Federal Governments of Canada to do the right thing. They campaigned on a promise to ensure the salmon farming industry does not endanger wild Pacific salmon. Yet, this is exactly what is happening. Check the link in our bio to join us in the campaign to #GetFishFarmsOut.
#TurningTheTide @TavishCampbell, @molinadawson, @alexmorton4salmon


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Open-net Atlantic fish farms have been contaminating the pristine waters of coastal British Columbia for more than twenty years, with scientists and Indigenous communities have been raising the alarm about the issue the entire time. As evidence mounts, we now know that these destructive farms are not just an Indigenous problem. They concern everyone because we all depend on healthy and abundant oceans. A recent poll shows that three in four British Columbians want these farms banned. Today, we are launching #GetFishFarmsOut, our call to the Provincial and Federal Governments of Canada to do the right thing. They campaigned on a promise to ensure the salmon farming industry does not endanger wild Pacific salmon. Yet, this is exactly what is happening. Check the link in our bio to join us in the campaign to #GetFishFarmsOut.
#TurningTheTide @TavishCampbell, @molinadawson, @alexmorton4salmon


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#Repost @paulnicklen link is in my bio, friends! 🐋 #savethewhales #conservation • • • • •
The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety


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Repost from @lukewaitphotography Repost from @fredgranath Polar bear. Svalbard. Photo by @melissa_schaefer 🌎 We’re currently preparing for our winter on Svalbard, and are still hoping for some good sea ice. The polar bears had a good winter last year on Svalbard. It didn’t start well, but in March the pack ice drifted south and embraced the islands. Thinner and smaller than ever, but it worked as a bandaid for a bleeding ecosystem. It also had a chilling effect which has meant frozen fjords in areas which now usually have open water all year round. However, the long term trend is clear. After the winter, of course the ice broke up and melted over summer. It’s now been over half a year with open water for the polar bears who stayed around Svalbard. The bear in this photo, who we believe is a two-year-old female cub, was probably abandoned by her mother only days or weeks before we met her back in May. She would have to face the brutal reality humans are responsible for in the months that came. We met her twice during our expedition with @sea_legacy . Of all the bears we had the privilege to work with last spring, she’s the one who touched me the most. I think of her often, and the life she now is fighting for. 🌎 #arctic #hubbabubbalove #turningthetide


Make sure you follow Bubba’s new @themotherbearblog - It will be an awesome journey. ❤️✈️


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#Repost @paulnicklen with @get_repost
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The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety


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"By the waters of Life we sat together,
Hand in hand,
In the golden days
Of the beautiful early summer weather,
When skies were purple and breath was praise."
•Thomas Noel
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#Repost @cristinamittermeier with @get_repost
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The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety


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Cuba's Gardens of the Queen, (Jardines De La Reina), is often called the crown jewel of the Caribbean. This is one of the healthiest and most vibrant marine ecosystems in the world. Strictly protected since 1996, the Gardens show us what's possible when we commit to creating healthy and abundant oceans. Nearly all commercial fishing is prohibited within the reserve, except for the sustainable harvest of spiny lobster. Tourism is also tightly restricted, with just a few thousand divers allowed to visit the reef every year. SeaLegacy, along with OceanX and Fusion TV, was lucky enough to be among them. Tomorrow, we're sharing the stories of that expedition in a full-length documentary. Dive beneath the thin blue line with us to experience the riches of the islands, reefs and mangroves that make up this Caribbean archipelago. Explore the inner depths of one of the world's last intact coral ecosystems, and discover the hidden lives of the sharks, crocodiles, grouper, lobster, sardines and other species that make the Gardens unique.
@andy_mann @iankellett_story
#ocean #conservation #sustainable #sustainableliving #cuba #oceanlovers #instavideo #videooftheday #blue #learn #sealegacy #turningthetide


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Cuba's Gardens of the Queen, (Jardines De La Reina), is often called the crown jewel of the Caribbean. This is one of the healthiest and most vibrant marine ecosystems in the world. Strictly protected since 1996, the Gardens show us what's possible when we commit to creating healthy and abundant oceans. Nearly all commercial fishing is prohibited within the reserve, except for the sustainable harvest of spiny lobster. Tourism is also tightly restricted, with just a few thousand divers allowed to visit the reef every year. SeaLegacy, along with OceanX and Fusion TV, was lucky enough to be among them. Tomorrow, we're sharing the stories of that expedition in a full-length documentary. Dive beneath the thin blue line with us to experience the riches of the islands, reefs and mangroves that make up this Caribbean archipelago. Explore the inner depths of one of the world's last intact coral ecosystems, and discover the hidden lives of the sharks, crocodiles, grouper, lobster, sardines and other species that make the Gardens unique.
@andy_mann @iankellett_story
#ocean #conservation #sustainable #sustainableliving #cuba #oceanlovers #instavideo #videooftheday #blue #learn #sealegacy #turningthetide


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Cuba's Gardens of the Queen, (Jardines De La Reina), is often called the crown jewel of the Caribbean. This is one of the healthiest and most vibrant marine ecosystems in the world. Strictly protected since 1996, the Gardens show us what's possible when we commit to creating healthy and abundant oceans. Nearly all commercial fishing is prohibited within the reserve, except for the sustainable harvest of spiny lobster. Tourism is also tightly restricted, with just a few thousand divers allowed to visit the reef every year. SeaLegacy, along with OceanX and Fusion TV, was lucky enough to be among them. Tomorrow, we're sharing the stories of that expedition in a full-length documentary. Dive beneath the thin blue line with us to experience the riches of the islands, reefs and mangroves that make up this Caribbean archipelago. Explore the inner depths of one of the world's last intact coral ecosystems, and discover the hidden lives of the sharks, crocodiles, grouper, lobster, sardines and other species that make the Gardens unique.
@andy_mann @iankellett_story
#ocean #conservation #sustainable #sustainableliving #cuba #oceanlovers #instavideo #videooftheday #blue #learn #sealegacy #turningthetide


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Iceland is the country I said I would definitely go back and visit again after my first trip. (I said the same to most places I visited actually!) But I did, less than 6 months later, I visited Iceland again. I don’t understand why some of these most wonderful countries allow whaling. 😤 Please do the minimum that we can to help put a stop to whaling! 🐋#Repost @paulnicklen with @get_repost
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The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety


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The International Whaling Commission (IWC) instituted a global moratorium, or pause, on commercial whaling in 1986. Yet, Kristján Loftsson, CEO of Iceland’s only fin whale-hunting business, Hvalur hf (Whale Inc.), continues to operate, ignoring international outrage and the shrinking demand for whale meat. This year, after a two-year hiatus in hunting, the Icelandic government sanctioned the slaughter of 238 endangered fin whales. Those whales are dying right now, each one harpooned and dragged to a slow, cruel end. Economically, the hunt doesn’t make any sense. Iceland’s whale watching industry generates $20 million USD annually – far more than the disappearing whale meat market. It’s time for Iceland to choose tourism over whaling. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in #TurningTheTide through the link in my bio.


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The International Whaling Commission (IWC) instituted a global moratorium, or pause, on commercial whaling in 1986. Yet, Kristján Loftsson, CEO of Iceland’s only fin whale-hunting business, Hvalur hf (Whale Inc.), continues to operate, ignoring international outrage and the shrinking demand for whale meat. This year, after a two-year hiatus in hunting, the Icelandic government sanctioned the slaughter of 238 endangered fin whales. Those whales are dying right now, each one harpooned and dragged to a slow, cruel end. Economically, the hunt doesn’t make any sense. Iceland’s whale watching industry generates $20 million USD annually – far more than the disappearing whale meat market. It’s time for Iceland to choose tourism over whaling. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in #TurningTheTide through the link in my bio.


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The International Whaling Commission (IWC) instituted a global moratorium, or pause, on commercial whaling in 1986. Yet, Kristján Loftsson, CEO of Iceland’s only fin whale-hunting business, Hvalur hf (Whale Inc.), continues to operate, ignoring international outrage and the shrinking demand for whale meat. This year, after a two-year hiatus in hunting, the Icelandic government sanctioned the slaughter of 238 endangered fin whales. Those whales are dying right now, each one harpooned and dragged to a slow, cruel end. Economically, the hunt doesn’t make any sense. Iceland’s whale watching industry generates $20 million USD annually – far more than the disappearing whale meat market. It’s time for Iceland to choose tourism over whaling. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in #TurningTheTide through the link in my bio.


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Please sign the petition in @paulnicklen bio link 🙏🏼💙🐋
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The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in @paulnicklen bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety
Via @paulnicklen
#whale #whalewatching #iceland #animalabuse #animalcruelty #ocean #marinelife #wildlife #wildanimals #wildandfree #wildliferescue #worthfightingfor #racingextinction #startwith1thing #awareness #education #conservation #compassion #protection #rescue #animal #animallovers #animalsofinstagram #animalwelfare #animalprotection


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The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety


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My company @ruulio_digital_banking is standing in support of #stopicelandwhaling
The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety


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The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety


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The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety


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💔🐋 Heartbreaking update via our campaign partners at @sea_legacy: The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland. A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland.
Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join us, @Sea_Legacy, legaSeas, & @bluespherefoundation in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in our bio.
Video by @paulnicklen. #TurningTheTide
This work was performed under the authorization n.0 XX-ORAC-2018 issued by the Government, on February 22, 2018


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The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety

This work was performed under the authorization n.0 XX-ORAC-2018 issued by the Government, on February 22, 2018


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The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in my bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety

This work was performed under the authorization n.0 XX-ORAC-2018 issued by the Government, on February 22, 2018


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Video by @PaulNicklen // The first fin whale has been killed in Iceland.

A 65-foot endangered fin whale, defenceless and sentient, was brutally harpooned, dragged ashore and flensed late last night. A photo of the carcass, posted by a Hvalur worker, is circulating the internet. We want to remind you how magnificent these creatures are. There is an unparalleled beauty in seeing these stunning and massive giants in the wild. It is hard for us to understand why a nation, often seen as progressive, and known for its nature tourism, is letting the senseless actions of one man, Kristján Loftsson, dictate the direction of Iceland. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy in putting pressure on the Icelandic government through the link in our bio. #TurningTheTide with @bluespherefoundation and @oceanicpreservationsociety

This work was performed under the authorization n.0 XX-ORAC-2018 issued by the Government, on February 22, 2018


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Herring feed this coast!
Swipe to see how many are being caught and killed in open net-pen salmon farms. Once trapped in the pens, these WILD herring will be either eaten by the farmed salmon or die when the pen is harvested.
How many wild herring die each year in salmon farms?
🎥: George Quocksister Jr.
#wildfirst #turningthetide #getfishfarmsout #fishlove @wildfirstcanada @sea_legacy @pacificwild @clayoquot.action @cleansingourwaters @alexmorton4salmon


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The Gold Coast Wave Project No. 171 - the travel series - 📸 stunning light falls over North Narabeen earlier this week as storms rolling from the sea 🌊... my plastic thought for today 1) I won’t walk past it, I’ll pick it up & 2) I need to learn more about this... there is always more to a problem than meets the eye... I’ll start sharing so we can all learn more 😃... happy weekend peoples 👍👊


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#BeProFound We’re here at @pepperdine setting up for the premiere of our film, Captivity, where we’re also unveiling our #plasticfree30 challenge. Stay tuned for all the details!🙌🏽
Big shoutout to all our sponsors who helped make this amazing night a reality. Because we’re all here for a #betterplanet!
🌳🌴dyk that for every #betterplanet hashtag used in a photo with bikes water in it, @boxedwater plants TWO TREES! So use it! We’ll be hanging them out all day!
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Sponsors:
@boxedwater
@notyorsocks
@armtheanimals
@scoscheinc


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Photo by @shawnheinrichs // A baby blacktip shark swims safely in the @misool.resort lagoon today. 💙🦈 A decade ago, the finned bodies of these poor little sharks littered this beach, the site of a former shark finning camp. This is definitive proof that we can make a REAL difference if we roll up our sleeves and do the hard often thankless work that is required to drive real change. 🙌
Today we celebrate all those who are taking a stand for what they believe in. #turningthetide with @shawnheinrichs @bluespherefoundation @misool.foundation @sea_legacy
#savesharks #indonesianoceanpride #lovesharks #bluespherefoundation #racingextinction


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Dependiendo de la región geográfica y la especie, se pueden requerir de 1 hasta 22 árboles para suplir la demanda de oxígeno de una persona al día".* *Fuente e infografía: @PROFEPA_Mx

#GlobalGoal14 #GlobalGoals #biodiversityexplained #ZeroPlastic #ZeroWaste #Plastic #sustainability #Water #SeaLegacy #TurningTheTide #climatechange #marinecosystems #marinepollution #Oceans #OurPlanet #BluePlanet #crueltyfree #animalwelfare #plantbased #animalcruelty


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One day we will have a Global International Humane Court for Animals, in a truly civilized society. These #fuckingmorons will be indicted for their crimes, dead or alive. They will be remembered for their ignorance, greed and worthlessness. Rp @paulhiltonphoto
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#Repost @sea_legacy
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Video by @PaulNicklen // The International Whaling Commission (IWC) instituted a global moratorium, or pause, on commercial whaling in 1986. Yet, Kristján Loftsson, CEO of Iceland’s only fin whale-hunting business, Hvalur hf (Whale Inc.), continues to operate, ignoring international outrage and the shrinking demand for whale meat. This year, after a two-year hiatus in hunting, the Icelandic government sanctioned the slaughter of 238 endangered fin whales. Those whales are dying right now, each one harpooned and dragged to a slow, cruel end. Economically, the hunt doesn’t make any sense. Iceland’s whale watching industry generates $20 million USD annually – far more than the disappearing whale meat market. It’s time for Iceland to choose tourism over whaling. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy @bluespherefoundation @oceanicpreservationsociety in #TurningTheTide through the link in our bio.


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With Iceland becoming an ever increasing popular tourist destination few know that the government has sanctioned the slaughter of 238 endangered fin whales. You would think they would choose tourism over whaling. In defiance of international law, Iceland’s only fin whaling company Hvalur hf is set to resume its controversial hunt of endangered fin whales after a two-year break. Its 2018 whaling season will open on June 10th with the highest quotas in decades. Speak out to #stopicelandwhaling.
https://www.sealegacy.org/pages/iceland-whaling
#sealegacy #bluespherefoundation #iceland #whaling #whales #whalewatching #finwhale #travel #destination #explore #turningthetide #tourism #nakedplanet #traveltheworld #conservation


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#Repost @paulhiltonphoto
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#Repost @sea_legacy
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Video by @PaulNicklen // The International Whaling Commission (IWC) instituted a global moratorium, or pause, on commercial whaling in 1986. Yet, Kristján Loftsson, CEO of Iceland’s only fin whale-hunting business, Hvalur hf (Whale Inc.), continues to operate, ignoring international outrage and the shrinking demand for whale meat. This year, after a two-year hiatus in hunting, the Icelandic government sanctioned the slaughter of 238 endangered fin whales. Those whales are dying right now, each one harpooned and dragged to a slow, cruel end. Economically, the hunt doesn’t make any sense. Iceland’s whale watching industry generates $20 million USD annually – far more than the disappearing whale meat market. It’s time for Iceland to choose tourism over whaling. Speak out to #StopIcelandWhaling and join @Sea_Legacy @bluespherefoundation @oceanicpreservationsociety in #TurningTheTide through the link in our bio.


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That cute juvenile Sweet Lips 💋


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explore all perspectives


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