Taiwan’s New Recovery Plan Seeks To Prevent Extinction For The Less Than 75 Taiwanese White Dolphins That Remain On Earth

Taiwanese humpback dolphin and calf. Photo: Claryana Araújo-Wang/CetAsia Research Group. The Taiwanese government must act quickly to ban gill and trammel nets and stop development from further degrading the habitat of the critically endangered Taiwanese white dolphin, according to a new recovery plan drafted by an international team of marine mammal and…

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WAN Exclusive With Ed Begley Jr. About Saving Orangutans From The Palm Oil Industry; New Anti-Deforestation Bill Advances In CA Senate

AB 572, The California Deforestation-Free Procurement Act; a critical bill designed to combat threats, such as climate change and the palm oil industry, co-sponsored by Peace 4 Animals, has advanced to the State Senate Appropriations Committee. The move follows last week’s vote in its favor by the Committee on Governmental Organization. This important…

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Breaking! Only 10 Vaquita Porpoises Remain In The Wild, The President Of Mexico Must Stop Gillnet Fishing Or Their Extinction Is Imminent

Photo Credit: CBS Scientists announced today that only 10 vaquita porpoises likely remain in the wild and that the animal’s extinction is virtually assured without bold and immediate action. The vaquita, the world’s smallest and most endangered cetacean, is found only in Mexico’s northern Gulf of California. The release of the new vaquita…

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