Latest Eco-terrorism Stories
Australia has denied a Japanese appeal to stop anti-whaling activists from stocking up; announcing Thursday that their boat is permitted to dock at an Australian port prior to returning to Japan, where they will continue to fight whalers.
On Tuesday, Japan said it plans to ask Australia, New Zealand, and Chile to ban the Steve Irwin, an anti-whaling protest ship, from using their ports to refuel.
Sea Shepherd, an anti-whaling group, has been forced to abandon its chase of a Japanese whaling fleet to refuel its ship.
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, a US-based anti-whaling group, reported Saturday that it had successfully forced Japanâ€™s whaling fleet out of waters near Antarctica claimed by Australia.
Consumer Group: HSUS vice president will keynote benefit for animal-rights terrorism group WASHINGTON, Dec.
By Gary Marks REDDITCH vegetarians and vegans are hosting a talk about protecting sea life. Next Wednesday, a speaker from the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society will explain how the group is trying to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world's oceans.
By Dana Hull, San Jose Mercury News, Calif. Aug. 5--RECENT ATTACKS There has been a string of attacks by suspected animal rights extremists in recent months. Aug. 2, Santa Cruz: The home of a University of California-Santa Cruz researcher is firebombed shortly after 5:30 a.m.
By Stephen Speckman Deseret News On its face, the trace amounts of synthetic hormones and "personal care products" found in two popular trout fishing streams in Utah sounds a little like a list made for a stop at the pharmacy or grocery store.
SEATTLE _ Officials are blaming "domestic terrorism" for fires early Monday that destroyed three multi-million-dollar homes and damaged a fourth in the Seattle area. Damage was estimated at $7 million. Explosive devices were found inside the homes.