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Instead, they are backing a Japanese counter-proposal that envisages “co-existence” between commercial whaling and conservation. “Science is clear: there are certain species of whales whose population is healthy enough to be harvested sustainably,” the Japanese proposal said. But environmental campaigners welcomed the commission’s decision. “Instead of the archaic and completely unnecessary hunting of whales, the protection and peaceful and purely non-lethal usage of whales, which includes whale watching, should now be the focus of our efforts,” said Nicolas Entrup of Swiss-based NGO OceanCare. He hailed the decision as “a manifesto for peaceful co-existence between whales and humans”. Image caption Japans hunts and kills hundreds of whales every year Patrick Ramage, whale programme director of the International Fund for Animal Welfare, described the declaration as “a big win for whales”. On Wednesday, pro-whaling nations at the IWC’s biennial meeting blocked an attempt to create a whale sanctuary in the South Atlantic. Brazil’s Environment Minister Edson Duarte, whose country proposed the sanctuary, said he was “disappointed” but would not be deterred. The IWC already recognises two whaling sanctuaries – one in the Indian Ocean and the other in the waters of the Southern Ocean around Antarctica. In 1986 it also agreed to a moratorium on hunting, which eventually became a quasi-permanent ban.
She’s worked for two papers that have shut down. Around a year ago, Hult started writing for a new newspaper, the Brandon Valley Journal. A group of area investors decided to take a chance on what some call a dying industry. “I think every community needs their own newspaper. How else are we going to record the day-to-day happenings? It seems silly, but a pothole on 4th Avenue is important to the people who live here,” Brandon Valley Media Group General Manager and Editor Jill Meier said. Across the nation, many big newspapers are having to make big cuts. In small communities papers are often still thriving. The Journal hopes to follow that trend. “Daily newspapers are struggling. I get it, but they’re in the competition of being the first to be on scene of whatever big event is going on.
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