Tag: Japan

Bluefin tuna catches to be reduced in Pacific

Fishing nations have finally agreed on a deal to limit their catches of young bluefin tuna in the central and western Pacific in 2011 and 2012 to a figure that is below the 2002-2004 annual averages, press reports said Sunday. The agreement was reached at the annual meeting of the 25-member Western and Central Pacific …

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Donations to Japan Being Delayed up to 90 Days By Phone Companies


Many of you good hearted souls have been sending donations for Japan, and some of those are through a text message. The phone companies are the likes of AT&T and Verizon among others that are delaying these funds for up to 90 days before they are released to the relief organizations. These same companies are …

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Killing of Dolphins “The Cove” Exposes Dolphin Killing in Japan


Killing of Dolphins “The Cove” Exposes Dolphin Killing in Japan. This is documented well by “The Cove”, an Academy Award winning and Sundance Film festival award winning film about the yearly slaughter of over 23,000 Dolphins every year at a Taiji cove, Japan. The entire event is hidden in secrecy for the most part with …

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