Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Truck-with-Whale-Corpses-and-Banner--27MZIFL6ZN6H.htmlConceptually similarOceans Action Whale Corpse GP01JJ6Completed★★★★Oceans Action Whale Corpse GP01JJ8Completed★★★★Common Dolphin Corpse GP01JJACompleted★★★★Oceans Action Whale Corpse GP01JJBCompleted★★★★★★Whaling Action at IWC Conference in GermanyGP0SRECompleted★★★★★★Whaling Action at IWC Conference in GermanyGP02LAHCompleted★★★★★★★Whaling Action at IWC Conference in GermanyGP01CJXCompleted★★★★Whaling Action at IWC Conference in GermanyGP02LAICompleted★★★★Whaling Action at IWC Conference in GermanyGP04IARCompleted★★★★View AllGP01JJ7Truck with Whale Corpses and Banner Greenpeace activists display whales and dolphins that have been drowned in nets and killed by ship strike in front of the Parliament in the Hague. The banner reads "Defending Our Whales".In original language:Wagen met Walvis Kadavers en SpandoekActievoerders van Greenpeace brengen zes kadavers van walvissen en dolfijnen naar het plein in Den Haag. De zeezoogdieren zijn gestorven in visnetten of dodelijk verwond door schepen. Op het spandoek staat: "Defending Our Whales" oftwel: "Wij verdedigen onze walvissen".Locations:Europe-Netherlands-The HagueDate:29 May, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Joël van HoudtMaximum size:3543px X 2362pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Cetaceans-Commercial fishing-Death-Dolphins-Driftnet fishing-International Whaling Commission (IWC)-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Whales-WhalingShoot:Action with Whale Corpses in the HagueGreenpeace activists display whales and dolphins that have been drowned in nets and killed by ship strike in front of the Parliament in the Hague. Greenpeace is highlighting a stark reminder of the range of threats to cetaceans on the first day of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) meeting in Alaska.More than seventy nations gather in Anchorage, Alaska to determine the fate of the great whales, under increasing pressure from whaling nations such as Japan, Iceland and Norway, for a formal resumption of commercial whaling.