IFAW is leading a number of other projects. We are assessing the potential for whale watching through research on whale distribution patterns. We are working with governments and tourist industries to analyse the regional potential for whale watching to ensure they are based on responsible whale watching regulations. We are conducting seminars, operator-training workshops and information-exchange meetings to promote the whale watching industry.
Whether it be in Norway, Iceland, Japan, or Canada, or in Strasbourg, Geneva, The Hague, or Brussels, IFAW will continue to battle against the injustices of commercial whaling and the seal hunt, and we'll go wherever the fight takes us.
We are confident that because we have witnessed how people's attitudes can change, markets can change, entire cultures can change, success in any animal welfare crusade is possible.
As we look at how these campaigns have progressed over the years, we know now that they can serve as models for the next generation of activists, to be used as the blueprints previous generations never had. Learn more at ifaw.org.