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TROUBLED WATERS - Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society

TROUBLED WATERS - Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society

TROUBLED WATERS A REVIEW OF THE WELFARE IMPLICATIONS OF MODERN WHALING ACTIVITIES A report produced on behalf of a global coalition of animal welfare societies led by the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA). www.whalewatch.org Foreword by Sir David Attenborough Edited by Philippa Brakes, Andrew Butterworth, Mark Simmonds & Philip Lymbery Contributors: Philippa Brakes, Craig Bamber, Kitty Block, Andrew Butterworth, Sue Fisher, Dr D.W. van Liere, Jennifer Lonsdale, Philip Lymbery, Barbara Maas, Andy Ottaway, E.C.M. Parsons, N.A. Rose, Laila Sadler and Mark Simmonds. Project management by WDCS, the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society www.wdcs.org Production Editors: Sheena Bose and Jonathan Owen Cover photo: © Jean Gaumy/Magnum Published by the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) © 2004 WSPA ISBN Number: ISBN 0-9547065-0-1 Designed by Lawrence & Beavan Printed by Creasy Flood This book has been sponsored and promoted by the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) and other animal welfare non-governmental organisations to stimulate and promote public debate on cruelty issues which may arise within whaling operations, to ensure that any unnecessary suffering or cruelty is prevented. WSPA is established as a charitable body in the UK to prevent and alleviate the suffering of animals and believes that current whaling practices often involve unnecessary suffering and cruelty which should be avoided. Hopefully, this work will assist in highlighting those issues so as to enable members of the public to have a more informed view on whaling operations and the potential cruelty to which those operations give rise. Further information, contact: World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) 14th Floor, 89 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TP, UK Tel: +44 (0)207 587 5000 Fax: +44 (0)207 793 0208 www.wspa-international.org I

II A REVIEW OF THE WELFARE IMPLICATIONS OF MODERN WHALING ACTIVITIES List of contributors Craig Bamber, Ballistics Consultant to the Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand. Kitty Block, Special Counsel to the UN & Treaties Dept., The Humane Society of the United States (the HSUS), Washington DC, US. Philippa Brakes, Marine Consultant, c/o WDCS (Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society), Brookfield House, 38 St Paul Street, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 1LY, UK. Andrew Butterworth, Research Fellow, Clinical Veterinary Science, University of Bristol Veterinary School, Langford, N Somerset, BS40 5DU, UK. Sue Fisher, US Director, WDCS (Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society) USA, P.O. Box 820064, Portland 97282 – 1064, Oregon, US. Dr D.W. van Liere, CABWIM consultancy, Gansmesschen 33, 9403 XR Assen, Netherlands. Jennifer Lonsdale, Director, Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA), 62-63 Upper Street, London, UK. Philip Lymbery, Director of Communications, World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA), 89 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TP, UK. Barbara Maas, Chief Executive, Care for the Wild International, The Granary, Tickfold Farm, Kingsfold, West Sussex, UK. Andy Ottaway, Campaigns Director, Campaign Whale, PO Box 2673, Lewes, E Sussex, BN8 5BZ, UK. E.C.M. Parsons, Marine Mammal Biologist, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, US & The University Marine Biological Station Millport (University of London), Isle of Cumbrae, Scotland. N.A. Rose, Marine Mammal Scientist, The Humane Society of the United States, Washington DC, US. Laila Sadler, Scientific Officer, Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), Southwater, Horsham, UK. Mark P. Simmonds, Director of Science, Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society, Brookfield House, 38 St Paul Street, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 1LY, UK.

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