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We Don’t Buy It!

From the outset of their large-scale commercial hunting operations in the late 1920s until the international ban on commercial whaling in 1986, Nippon Suisan, Kyokuyo and Maruha profited from the death of nearly half a million great whales.

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Recent Reports

EIA Regulatory Comment on Hilcorp Alaska Plan for Taking of Marine Mammals Incidental to Oil and Gas Activities in Cook Inlet, Alaska
05/01/2019
EIA Regulatory Comment on Hilcorp Alaska Plan for Taking of Marine Mammals Incidental to Oil and Gas Activities in Cook Inlet, Alaska
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.