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  • April 16, 2013

    The Dolphin-Safe Label

    Humane Society International

    The dolphin-safe label on a can of tuna has always told consumers that the tuna had been caught without the deliberate setting of nets on dolphins. HSI and the HSUS fought to preserve that definition.

  • August 29, 2011

    Marine Mammals in Captivity

    Humane Society International

    The more we learn about marine mammals, the more evidence there is that they should not be held captive.

  • November 22, 2010

    Swim-with-the-Dolphins Attractions

    Humane Society International

    Even under strict regulation, "swim-with-the-dolphins" programs pose an immediate threat to the safety of both dolphin and human participants.

  • February 18, 2010

    Drive Fisheries

    Humane Society International

    In drive fisheries, dolphins and other small cetaceans are driven toward the shore, rounded up, and slaughtered for food or fertilizer. A few of the dolphins are shipped live to marine parks or aquaria.

  • April 27, 2009

    Dolphins

    Humane Society International

    Humane Society International seeks to minimize the impacts of human activities that affect dolphins and other small cetaceans, directly and incidentally.

  • August 2, 2007

    Agreement on the International Dolphin Conservation Program (AIDCP)

    Humane Society International

    The Agreement on the International Dolphin Conservation Program (AIDCP) is a legally binding, multilateral agreement that entered into force in February 1999.

  • January 30, 2004

    International Protections for Captive Cetaceans

    Humane Society International

    Although there are no international regulations protecting captive whales and dolphins, there are international trade treaties.

  • January 1, 2000

    The Case Against Marine Mammals in Captivity: The Fourth Revised Edition

    Humane Society International

    The revised fourth edition of The Case Against Marine Mammals in Captivity should provide readers with all the arguments they need to oppose the public display of these animals.