Posted: February 3rd, 2015 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Favorite New Thought . . ., News, Peter Greste, Revolute | Tags: Arrest Warrant, Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton, Captain Sid Chakravarty, Commercial Whaling, Drone, Interpol, Japan, Japanes Whaling Fleet, Japanese Whalers, Korea, New Zealand Navy, Nicole Montecalvo, Patagonian Toothfish Poaching, Paul Watson, Revolute, Scientific Research, Scientific Whale Research, Sea Shepherd, Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary, Steve Irwin, Whale Slaughter, Whaling | Comments Off on Sea Shepherd and New Zealand Navy Intercept Illegal Toothfishing Near Australia’s Antarctic Base
Environmental activist group the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society says it is chasing two illegal fishing boats that were spotted sailing just 50 nautical miles from Australia’s Mawson Base in Antarctica :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: December 15th, 2013 | Author: Diana Detaux | Filed under: Revolute, Sea Shepherd | Tags: Commercial Whaling, Drone, Japan, Japanes Whaling Fleet, Nicole Montecalvo, Scientific Research, Scientific Whale Research, Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary, Steve Irwin, Whale Slaughter, Whaling | Comments Off on UPDATED! Sea Shepherd Heading South
Anti-whaling activist group Sea Shepherd is stepping up pressure on the Federal Government to send an Australian customs vessel to the Southern Ocean this summer. The organisation says it has had word the Japanese whaling ship, the Nisshin Maru, is preparing to depart port any day.
This year a crew of 100 people from over 20 countries will be on board Sea Shepherd’s three vessels. The Sea Shepherd fleet is in the final stages of preparation for the voyage, but has not yet heard whether a Customs vessel will be following it south :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: December 6th, 2012 | Author: Verity Penfold | Filed under: Revolute, Sea Shepherd | Tags: Arrest Warrant, Commercial Whaling, Interpol, Japan, Japanese Whalers, Korea, Paul Watson, Revolute, Sea Shepherd, Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary | Comments Off on Sea Shepherd Skipper Back Onboard
Sea Shepherd founder Paul Watson, who is wanted by Interpol, has confirmed he is back onboard a vessel and ready to confront Japanese whalers. The Canadian conservationist’s whereabouts have been a mystery since July when he jumped bail in Germany, where he was arrested on charges stemming from a high-seas confrontation over shark finning in 2002 :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: December 25th, 2011 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Revolute, Sea Shepherd, Standout | Tags: Commercial Whaling, Drone, Japan, Nicole Montecalvo, Scientific Research, Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary, Steve Irwin, Whaling | Comments Off on Sea Shepherd Uses Drone to Hunt and Photograph Japanese Whalers
Anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd has used a drone to find the Japanese whaling fleet 1,000 miles north of the Southern Ocean whale sanctuary. The crew onboard the Steve Irwin deployed the drone to successfully locate and photograph the whaling factory boat.
The drone, named Nicole Montecalvo was donated to Sea Shepherd by Bayshore Recycling and Moran Office of Maritime and Port Security (MOMPS) of New Jersey :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: August 9th, 2012 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Revolute, Sea Shepherd | Tags: Arrest Warrant, Interpol, Paul Watson, Sea Sheperd | Comments Off on Interpol Issues Arrest Warrant for Sea Sheperds Paul Watson
Interpol has issued an arrest alert for the founder of the conservation group Sea Shepherd. Paul Watson skipped bail in Germany last month after being arrested in Frankfurt on a warrant from Costa Rica.
Watson is wanted in Germanyon charges relating to a 2002 confrontation over shark finning.
Mr Watson’s current whereabouts is unknown. But he has previously said he fled Germany because the authorities there were considering handing him over to Japan. Mr Watson accuses Tokyo of hunting him down in revenge for Sea Shepherd’s attacks on Japanese whaling ships.
Posted: February 11th, 2015 | Author: Verity Penfold | Filed under: Favorite New Thought . . ., From The Web, News | Tags: Chile, Chile Football Players, Plane Crash, Santiago | Comments Off on Plane Carrying Chile Football Players Found 53 Years After Crash
Climbers in Chile’s Andes Mountains say they have found the wreckage of a missing plane that disappeared more than 50 years ago with a team of football stars on board.
Images of the twisted wreck of the LAN Chile Douglas DC-3 that went down April 3, 1961 were shown on Chilean television, released by the climbers who said the find was in Maule, about 300 kilometres south of Santiago :: Read the full article »»»»