Born Free will be at the European Parliament in Brussels with our Dolphinaria-Free Europe coalition colleagues, to discuss why captivity is not a suitable environment for cetaceans.
Born Free leads a delegation to meet with Labour Shadow Ministers for Europe and the Environment, calling for trade sanctions against the Faroe Islands to end whale and dolphin hunts.
On World Ocean Day, let’s speak up to save the blue planet, encourages our Editor, Celia Nicholls. To mitigate climate change, we need to protect orca, to help protect the entire planet!
Our petition to suspend trade agreement with The Faroe Islands until all whale and dolphin hunts end will be debated in Parliament on 11th July - please encourage your MP to speak up and stop the slaughter.
Born Free’s Policy Adviser, Dominic Dyer, has campaigned for years for marine animal protection. In this blog he explains why the slaughter of dolphins in The Faroe Islands should be consigned to history.
Born Free welcomes new legislation which will bring an end to the use of certain wild animals for entertainment and fur production, and improve the protection of pets.
The Council of State - France's highest administrative court – overturned a ban on breeding dolphins in captivity, citing "an irregular consultation procedure."
Outdated legislation, which has regulated dolphinaria in France since 1981, has finally been updated and includes a breeding ban for captive dolphins across France.