News & Public Affairs12/23/10 Kate Bradshaw
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The Oscar-winning film The Cove highlights the capture and killing of dolphins in the Japanese fishing village of Taiji. The documentary set off a wave of outrage across the globe. It has even prompted a few Tampa Bay area residents to head there next week.
Tim Burns said his wife urged him to see the film, and come September they were on a plane to Japan.
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"We're both aquatic people, I've grown up in the ocean my entire life, so we instantly got online because anything I see the fir...
06/23/10 Kate Bradshaw
WMNF Drive-Time News Wednesday Listen to this entire show:
The International Whaling Commission is in Morocco this week for its annual meeting. The 88 member-governments are working to devise new rules governing commercial whaling which is still practiced by Norway, Japan and Iceland. Today WMNF spoke with Sue Lieberman of the Pew Environmental trust who is in Morocco for the meeting. She said talks collapsed after whaling and non-whaling countries failed to reach an agreement.
Lieberman said that since the talks are over the status quo remains...Be the first to comment