Japan's Whaling Problem
Refrences & Links
Greenpeace - Greenpeace is an environmental organization dedicated to serving many environmental causes throughout the world.
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society - Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is an organization dedicated to the protection of marine species and environments.
International Whaling Commission - An international organization founded to maintain whale populations as well as regulate prices on whale based products.
International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources - An international organization founded to recognize species in danger.
Japan Whaling Association - a Japanese organization with the aim of promoting sustainable whaling.
Japan's whaling plan under scrutiny - by Nicholas J. Gales, Toshio Kasuya, et. al.
Needless whale slaughter in the name of science - by the World Wild Life Fund
The Forces that Drive Japanese Whaling - by Chris Hogg reporting for the BBC news
Why Japan's Whale Hunt Continues - by Toko Sekiguchi reporting for Time Magazine
Japan Pushes Whale Meat Revival - By Jonathan Head reporting for the BBC
Allard, Evan T. "Japanese
Citizens Demand End to Japan's Whaling Atrocities." CDNN 4 Jan.
"BBC Special Reports - Great
Gales, Nicholas J., Phillip J.
Clapham, Toshio Kasuya, and Robert L.
Brownell. "Japan's Whaling Plan Under Scrutiny." Nature (2005).
Head, Jonathan. "Japan Pushes
Whale Meat Revival." BBC 19 June 2005.
Hogg, Chris. "The Forces That
Drive Japanese Whaling." BBC 15 June 2006.
Japan. Japan Whaling Association. Q&A.
Needless Whale Slaughter in the Name
of Science. World
Wildlife Fund. 2005. <http://www.wwf.org.uk/news/n_0000001617.asp>.
Sekiguchi, Toko. "Why Japan's
Whale Hunt Continues." Time Magazine (2007).
Squires, Nick. "'We'D Deploy
Military to Stop Japan Whaling'" Telegraph 15 Nov. 2007. <http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/main.jhtml?xml=/earth/2007/11/15/eawhale115.xml>.
"US Joins Critics of Japan
Whaling." BBC 19 Nov. 2007.