Julie Bishop and Peter Hendy were door-stopped (not shirt-fronted) by the Stop the Trawler Alliance in Bega this week, while locals were organising their event for the National Week of Action next Thursday!
There’s a rumour that the Liberal Party is going to make a pre-election announcement.The Labor Party has also said they will do something to stop the monster trawlers. They could both be making empty promises – we’re all used to that at election time. But let’s make sure they can’t get away with it! If they try to sell us a pup,… Continue reading
This video is very interesting. Oceans' Harmony in no way endorses Sharkbanz and is not connected to the product.
We have shown it here for interest and idea creative only.
Oceans' Harmony is always interested in ways that species can interact with humans in a humane, non damaging, safe and environmentally responsible way.
They’ve killed at least 9 dolphins, 15 seals, 11 albatross, 23 sharks, and caught a whale shark
The monster trawler Geelong Star has been destroying our local baitfish and protected species for almost a year now. It’s heart breaking and infuriating for people who love our oceans and want to make sure there’s fish for the future.
But in breaking news: NSW Primary Industries Minister, Niall Blair, has just come out demanding the Australian Government reviews its super trawler approval.
Our work is making a difference, and the more politicians… Continue reading
We at Oceans’ Harmony want to remain independent
Well as you know we have our Australian charity status and now Pay Pal has accepted us as a charity. With these two recognitions we can now accept donations. Our first mission is to study the shark nets up and down the eastern seaboard of Australia. Every year countless marine life is lost to these nets. It is a controversial issue but we intend to prepare a report to the government and local authorities as to there use and alternatives.
There are many issues that can be addressed, however… Continue reading
Why are we concerned about the heartless capture of white whales?
In June this year, Georgia Aquarium applied for a permit to import 18 white whales or belugas from Russia.
The application for a permit requests authorisation to import 18 beluga whales from the Utrish Marine Mammal Research Station in Russia, to the United States for the entertainment industry.
According to the permit application, the belugas were previously captured from the Russian Sea of Okhotsk by Utrishskiy delphinarium. ‘Utrish’, as it is commonly called, is a facility that supplies wild marine mammals to facilities around the world, and it has… Continue reading