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White Noise: Preventing Acoustic Pollution in the Arctic

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. However this acoustic sanctuary is being increasingly impacted by industrial activity, like commercial ship traffic. For the 67th meeting of the International Whaling Commission EIA presents White Noise: Preventing Acoustic Pollution in the Arctic, a briefing on sources of underwater noise, the unique nature of the Arctic and options to plan for a quieter, less impactful course for the region.

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Recent Blog Posts

Kruger National Park Rhino Population Crash Underscores Continued Poaching Threat Facing World’s Rhinos
01/29/2021
Newly released rhino population data reveals how the protracted poaching crisis fueled by consumer demand for rhino horn in Asia has decimated Kruger’s rhino population over the past decade.
World Rhino Day 2020: No Time for Complacency
09/22/2020
Today marks the 10 years since the first World Rhino Day celebration on September 22, 2010. The past decade has been fraught with challenges for the world’s rhinos, yet some progress has been made. If the next 10 years are to be better for rhinos than the past 10 years, we cannot afford to lose focus now.

Recent Reports

NGO Appeal to Tokyo for Urgent Measures on Ivory
02/18/2021
EIA and 25 international non-government environmental and conservation organizations sent a letter February 18, 2021 to follow up on a previous appeal from March 2020. Our organizations encourage the closure of Tokyo's ivory market and also recommend some actions the Tokyo Metropolitan Government should take before the ivory market can be closed, including during the rescheduled 2020 Olympic Games. The letter can be viewed in English and Japanese.
The Pebble Tapes
09/21/2020
The Pebble Tapes are a series of recorded conversations between EIA investigators and the Chief Executive Officers of Pebble Limited Partnership and Northern Dynasty Minerals, the companies behind the contested Pebble Mine project in Alaska.

Recent Press Releases

IMO and Arctic States Slammed for Endorsing Continued Arctic Pollution
11/20/2020
NGOs protest outrageous approval of Arctic Heavy Fuel Oil “ban” which will drive continued pollution of the Arctic throughout 2020s
Newly Released Recordings Pull Back the Curtain on the Canadian Company Behind Pebble Mine
10/29/2020
The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) today released two tapes that feature Canadian mining baron, Ron Thiessen, discussing his political strategy for securing a federal permit for the controversial Pebble Mine project in southwest Alaska.
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