Patrick Ramage

Manager of the International Fund for Animal Welfare's Global Whale Program

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Manager of the Global Whale Program at the International Fund for Animal Welfare

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During a week in which two wandering whales made international headlines, we’ll be discussing other whale related issues including this week’s meeting of the  International Whaling…

The Global Agenda on Whaling

During a week in which two wandering whales made international headlines, we’ll be discussing other whale related issues including this week’s meeting of the International Whaling…

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This week, as two wandering whales in northern California make international headlines, the
 International Whaling Commission  is meeting in Anchorage, Alaska.    Despite a 1986…

Debate Continues at the International Whaling Commission

This week, as two wandering whales in northern California make international headlines, the International Whaling Commission is meeting in Anchorage, Alaska.   Despite a 1986…

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