Does it matter that Japan is leaving the…

By: Mark Simmonds and Nicola Beynon If Japan had meant the timing of the statement about its departure from the International Whaling Commission (I…

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The year that was for HSI…

Thanks to all of our supporters, Humane Society International has had a monumental year campaigning for animals and their environments in 2018. Here a…

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HSI steps up to protect the blue shark…

The slim, sleek and slender blue shark (Prionace glauca) is one of the most wide-ranging sharks in the world.  It is a pelagic creature, meaning it p…

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Trade negotiations with Europe put focus…

By: Dr Jo Swabe and Nicola Beynon With the negotiations for a Free Trade Agreement between the European Union and Australia finishing their second …

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Hands-on work for a Critically Endangere…

The Waved (Galapagos) albatross population has been in persistent decline over the past decade with one of only two island breeding populations now al…

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World first conservation move as salt-we…

It’s not often that a threatened habitat for both orange-bellied parrots and great white sharks gains protection with a single stroke of a pen, but …

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