Greenpeace has just returned from the Southern Ocean, defending whales from a fleet of hunters. Our brave activists risked their lives to come between the whales and the harpoons. The Greenpeace ships can't stay in the Southern Ocean any longer. But we hope our struggle has inspired people to help us defend whales.
Now it's your turn.
Greenpeace wants you to help stop whaling by pressuring seafood companies that fund the whale hunters. Click the link below to sign our petition now. We are asking a major seafood company to end whaling.
How some seafood companies fund whaling. Did you know whaling companies profit from fish sold in your local supermarket? Seafood company, Sealord, makes millions of dollars selling tinned, frozen and fresh fish in supermarkets. Sealord is half owned by Nissui, a major shareholder of the company that operates Japan's whaling fleet. Nissui funds whale hunting and sells the whale meat throughout Japan.
We want Sealord to pressure Nissui to end whale hunting. Sign our petition to Sealord now. We need 30,000 signatures. Whales are still dying. The whaling ships are still out there, killing hundreds of minke whales. Next year, they will target endangered fin and humpback whales. Your help makes all the difference
In Argentina, 21,000 concerned Greenpeace supporters emailed a popular
seafood company, Santa Elena, and convinced them to cancel contracts
with Nissui. Public support made all the difference.
Sign our petition and show Sealord that whaling is bad for business.
Our petition needs 30,000 signatures. Spread the word. Send this
email to your family and friends so they can help our campaign too.
With many voices, we can make a difference.
Thanks for all your support.
Expedition Leader, Southern Ocean