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  • Date: 01/03/2003 - Collection: Library - ID: library/jrnart/GU0B6 - Source: BIOSCIENCE - Author: BERGGREN, Per - CHIL...

  • Minister for the Environment and Heritage Senator for Western Australia Senator the Hon. Ian Campbell Media Release Australian Minister for the Environment and Heritage Senator the Hon. Ian Campbell 1 August 2005 C215/05 Iceland reveals its"scientific" whaling plan Australia’s Minister for the Environment and Heritage Senator Ian Campbell has condemned
    Date: 01/08/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/10UG6 - Source: MINISTER FOR THE ENVIRONM... - Author: CAMPBELL, Ian, (form...

  • ∑ MEDIA RELEASE SENATOR BILL O'CHEE jJ ~ L (/fY"'l ~ q-.I2--? ´J i:' u/tV t d ~ fi/J u { 6. L. ~{J If { ´r.J NATS CROSS FLOOR TO SUPPORT PASTORAL AND MINING INDUSTRIES National Party Senators Bill O'Chee, Julian McGauran and Sandy Macdonald crossed the floor of
    Date: 19/12/1993 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2015HNC10168073 - Source: O'CHEE, SEN BILL - Author: Reviews of research

  • Senator Bob Brown Senator for Tasmania Tuesday, 20 July 2004 Whaling - government fails The alarming news of moves to expand killing of whales comes in the face of the Howard government dropping the issue off its priority list, Greens Senator Bob Brown said in Wollongong today. “While J a
    Date: 20/07/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/217D6 - Source: AUSTRALIAN GREENS - Author: BROWN, Bob, (former...

  • Anthony Albanese MP Shadow Minister for the Environment and Heritage Federal Member for Grayndler 22 February 2005 WHALING - AN UNJUSTIFIABLE SLAUGHTER New scientific research confirms that contrary to the view repeatedly put forward by the Japanese Government to justify their whaling program, minke whales have not experienced an unprecedented
    Date: 22/02/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/22AF6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR ENVIR... - Author: ALBANESE, Anthony, M...

  • THE HON MARK DREYFUS QC MP ATTORNEY-GENERAL TRANSCRIPT 10 July 2013 WHALING IN THE ANTARCTIC (AUSTRALIA V JAPAN: NEW ZEALAND INTERVENING) AUSTRALIA’S CASE IN REPLY ATTORNEY-GENERAL, THE HON MARK DREYFUS QC MP INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE THE HAGUE CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY FULL UNCORRECTED TRANSCRIPT AVAILABLE AT http://www.icj-cij.org/docket/index.php?p1=3&p2=1&k=64&case=148&code=aj&p3=2 1. Mr President,
    Date: 10/07/2013 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2581089 - Source: ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: DREYFUS, Mark, MP

  • For more information or comment call Chris Twomey on 0407 725 025 Email senator.siewert@aph.gov.au | http://www.rachelsiewert.org.au Senator Rachel Siewert Australian Greens Senator for WA Tuesday, 28 March 2006 More than talk is needed to stop Japanese whaling The survey information released by Minister for the Environment, Senator  Campbell today simply proves what we already knew - that the Japanese  so‐called Ê¹scientificʹ whaling has always been a code name for commercial  whaling.  ʺWill the Government now take more decisive action than simply the talk  fest at the IWC which the Minister himself thinks is unlikely to work?ʺ  As UK Prime Minister Tony Blair pointed out to the Australian Parliament  yesterday, ÊºInactivity is just as much a policy, with its own results. It is just  the wrong one.ʺ  ʺAustralia needs to be taking stronger action outside of the IWC.ʺ  ʺWe need to pursue other legal avenues through the international court and  the Antarctic treaty.ʺ  ʺWe need to confront Japan on this issue in other international forums.ʺ 
    Date: 28/03/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2T7J6 - Source: AUSTRALIAN GREENS - Author: SIEWERT, Rachel

  • Senator Bob Brown Senator for Tasmania Greenpeace continue to do government’s job on whale-killers 3rd Jan 2006 The Australian government should seek an explanation for the appearance of a refuelling ship to service the Japanese whaling fleet in Antarctic waters without the requirements of the Antarctic Treaty being fulfilled, Greens
    Date: 03/01/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/36FI6 - Source: AUSTRALIAN GREENS - Author: BROWN, Bob, (former...

  • Media Release Minister for the Environment and Heritage The Hon. Dr David Kemp 16 June 2003 K0134 Scientists Condemn "Scientific" Whaling Australian Minister for the Environment and Heritage, Dr David Kemp, overnight welcomed growing opposition to 'scientific' whaling as leading whale researchers publicly expressed their concerns about the practice. "The
    Date: 16/06/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/38N96 - Source: MINISTER FOR THE ENVIRONM... - Author: KEMP, David

  • For more information or comment call Chris Twomey on 0407 725 025 Email senator.siewert@aph.gov.au | http://www.rachelsiewert.org.au Senator Rachel Siewert Australian Greens Senator for WA Friday, 20 January 2006 Whale guardians congratulated   “As the anti‐whaling vessels break off the chase and return home because they are  no longer able to keep up the chase, I offer thanks on behalf of all Australians for  getting out there and doing the hard work,” said Australian Greens Senator  Rachel Siewert today.   Senator Siewert has congratulated activists from Greenpeace and the Sea  Shepherd Society for upholding international law and attempting to stop Japanese  whaling operations in the Southern Ocean and The Australian Antarctic Territory.   “These NGOs are doing what the Australian Government should be doing -  taking action to protect our whales. Having failed to act before, the Australian  Government must now, at a bare minimum, send a surveillance vessel to monitor  the illegal whale slaughter.   “Minister Ian Campbell, having been outspoken in the lead‐up to the slaughter in  the Southern Ocean, was missing in action when it counted. The Howard  Government has been letting non‐government organisations do the hard work,  but there are limits to what these groups are able to do.   “If the Government is serious about wanting to protect whales it will begin its  own surveillance, and start taking steps now to ensure that this hunt is the last,”  Senator Siewert said.  
    Date: 20/01/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3VJI6 - Source: AUSTRALIAN GREENS - Author: SIEWERT, Rachel

  • Media Release Minister for the Environment and Heritage The Hon. Dr David Kemp 17 June 2003 K0136 Kemp Hails Adoption of Berlin Initiative for Conservation of Whales The Minister for the Environment and Heritage, Dr David Kemp, today welcomed the historic decision of the International Whaling Commission to adopt the
    Date: 17/06/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/48N96 - Source: MINISTER FOR THE ENVIRONM... - Author: KEMP, David

  • David Hawker MP Federal Member for Wannon Electorate Office: 190 Gray Street, Hamilton, Vic., 3300 Ph: (03) 5572 1100 or Local Call 1300 131 692 Fax: (03) 55 72 1141 Email: David.Hawker.MP@aph.gov.au Web: www.davidhawker.com.au Media Release The Hon David Hawker MP Speaker of the House of Representatives Federal Member for
    Date: 06/06/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5E9G6 - Source: SPEAKER - Author: HAWKER, David

  • MEDIA RELEASE Anthony Albanese MP Shadow Minister for the Environment and Heritage Shadow Minister for Water Federal Member for Grayndler 16 June 2006 Court action needed to stop the Whale Slaughter 41 resolutions have been passed by the International Whaling Commission (IWC) against so-called scientific whaling, yet more whales are
    Date: 16/06/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5FZJ6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR THE E... - Author: ALBANESE, Anthony, M...

  • THE HON PETER GARRETT AM MP MINISTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT, HERITAGE AND THE ARTS GOVERNMENT OF AUSTRALIA Opening Statement 61st Annual Meeting of the International Whaling Commission Madeira, Portugal The world has changed dramatically in the 60 years since the original signing of the Convention for the Regulation of Whaling.
    Date: 23/06/2009 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5LUV6 - Source: MINISTER FOR THE ENVIRONM... - Author: GARRETT, Peter, (for...

  • Australia can lawfully stop whaling within its Antarctic EEZ Dr Chris M c C r r t h ’ INTRODUCTION The Federal Court has declared Japanese whaling in Australia’s Antarctic waters is unlawful under the Emfironrrienf Profecfion and Biodiwrsip C o n s e r v a f i o
    Date: 06/05/2008 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5ODQ6 - Source: SPEECH - Author: ROTHWELL, Donald R....

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