Whaling Reports

Project Jonah is part of a global coalition called Whalewatch. This coalition is united by a common belief that whaling must be banned because it’s unacceptably cruel.

Reinventing the Whale (WDCS Report)
This alarming report explores the ambitions of whaling nations to develop new industrial uses for whales including pharmaceuticals, health supplements, animal feed and even cosmetics.  Click here to download the report (852 KB).
 
Sink or Swim - The Economics of Whaling Today (WWF/WDCS Report)
This 2009 report assesses the commercial viability of whaling by Japan and Norway in the 21st century. Click here to download the report (64 KB).

Time to Refocus (Whalewatch Report)
This 2008 booklet encourages the IWC to take a progressive step towards redefining its primary objective: to ensure the long term protection, survival, and recovery of cetacean populations. Click here to download the report (672 KB).

Troubled Waters (Whalewatch Report)
This 2004 report looks at the welfare implications of whaling. The report calls on the International Whaling Commission (IWC) to urgently address these issues. Click here to download the report (1.47 MB)

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Project Jonah is part of a global coalition called Whalewatch. This coalition is united by a common belief that whaling must be banned because it’s unacceptably cruel.
 
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