by Mike Jones Published 01/08/2013
In 1986 the tide turned for the whale; however political the decision may have been, the application of the ban on whaling meant that with a few exceptions (Japan, Iceland and Norway) the depleted and endangered cetaceans were given a stay of execution.
However critical we may have been of the nations involved in whaling (including yours truly for Greenpeace), there were gaps left for the communities and in some the birth of whale-watching started anew and in lots of ways was a more profitable way of supporting the community.
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