GREENPEACE CANADAProtesters Hold Banner in Solidarity with Clyde River – Residents are fighting a dangerous form of oil exploration that uses deafening Seismic Cannons to search for oil in Baffin Bay – Home to 90% of narwhals, ‘the unicorn of the sea.’ Clyde River, Nunavut. This small hamlet, population 1,100, is at the epicenter of an […]Read more "Greenpeace and Actress Emma Thompson to Join Jerry Natanine in Clyde River to Save Narwhals"
We’ve just launched a Kickstarter Campaign to bring our team to Clyde River to coincide with Greenpeace’s flotilla protest training for the residents fighting Seismic Cannon Blasting for oil in Baffin Bay. We’ll also head up to Pond Inlet to film Narwhal’s and their Wakes 😉 Please support and share widely as the fate of […]Read more "Our Documentary Team Needs Your Help to Film Narwhals In The Arctic!"
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Heather McElhatton of A Beautiful World on Minnesota Public Radio did an amazing story, with great research and interviews with some scientists fascinated with narwhals as well, on The Narwhal’s Wake documentary film and Keep Narwhals Real!Read more "NPR’s ‘A Beautiful World’ Covers Keep Narwhals Real."
Yesterday we had the great honor of interviewing Captain Paul Watson founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and star of hugely popular Whale Wars on Animal Planet! We also interviewed Lamya Essamlali, head of Sea Shepherd France. We discussed noise pollution, oil exploration, seismic cannon mapping, and the future of narwhals in Baffin Bay and […]Read more "Captain Paul Watson of Sea Shepherd & Whale Wars Interviewed for Documentary Film!"