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Charting the Future for Cetaceans and Polar Shipping

As the Arctic continues to warm at twice the rate of the global average, it has become more accessible to industrial activities and shipping. These increasing activities pose potential risks – including a spill of heavy fuel oil (HFO) and disruption from noise – to the Arctic’s cetaceans (whales and dolphins), like the beluga whale and the narwhal. As the regulatory body responsible for maritime shipping, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has the opportunity to mitigate these impacts. For the 71st Meeting of the Marine Environment Protection Committee EIA in collaboration with the International Council for Clean Transportation (ICCT) presented the following briefing highlighting possible impacts and solutions for a cleaner, quieter Arctic marine environment.

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Recent Blog Posts

Celebrating the Life's Work of Dame Daphne Sheldrick, Savior of Elephants in Africa
04/20/2018
Last week, the wildlife conservationist community, and more importantly the world’s elephants, lost one of their most important and avid champions when Daphne Sheldrick, savior of hundreds of orphaned African elephants, died on April 12 in Nairobi at the age of 83.
EIA Condemns Establishment of Rhino Horn Trade Desk
03/06/2018
EIA condemns the establishment of Rhino Horn Trade Africa (RHTA), an initiative launched yesterday by the South Africa-based Private Rhino Owners Association (PROA).

Recent Reports

White Noise: Preventing Acoustic Pollution in the Arctic
08/31/2018
The Arctic marine environment is not always a quiet place, but it is a relatively natural soundscape that belugas and other polar wildlife rely on to communicate and find prey.
Taking Marine Mammals Incidental to Alaska Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Project in Cook Inlet
05/11/2018
EIA letter to NOAA regarding proposed LNG Project in Cook Inlet

Recent Press Releases

EIA Applauds IWC For Passing Resolution Addressing Underwater Noise Impacts to Protect Whales
09/12/2018
The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) commends the International Whaling Commission (IWC) for passing by consensus a new Resolution focused on addressing the impacts of anthropogenic underwater noise on cetaceans.
Draft Cook Inlet LNG Pipeline Document Reveals Devastating Impact on Endangered Belugas
05/11/2018
Draft Cook Inlet LNG Pipeline Document Reveals Devastating Impact on Endangered Belugas

Recent Videos

The Canary in the Coal Mine: Cook Inlet Beluga Whales
09/15/2018
A short video about the Cook Inlet beluga whales and the problems they face.
Beluga Whales in Cook Inlet, Alaska
09/19/2017
A short video about the endangered population of beluga whales in the Cook Inlet
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