The Norwegian and Japanese positions and arguments to be permitted with the hunting of non-endangered species of whales as a cultural exemption should not be considered. According to the Whale and Dolphin Conservation, “the whaling industry is in decline and the demand for meat is falling” (WDC, n.d.). Given this statement, I would support the ban of whaling worldwide. In addition, it would be difficult and costly to monitor the whaling activity that is taking place in waters where whales frequent. The separation of non-endangered species will not deter whalers from hunting any whale in sight.
” This stated that forcing whales to do unnatural thing such as flips can be unhealthy for many whales. Almost all whales die of bacteria in the lungs or lack of exercise.While Seaworld claims that these shows inspire children, the whales are getting sick. The whales are forced to to tricks for food. None of these stunts would naturally happen in the wild. Seaworld is in it for the money.
Do you agree with the Norwegian and Japanese position on permitting the hunting of non-endangered species of whales as a cultural exemption? Answer: I think to certain extend I agree to maintain some level of whaling, I guess that it should only be allowed in the villages that depend of this meat as a main source of food, and it should be banned in places where is only done to seek monetary gain. Do you think the whaling ban constitutes a violation of these nations' sovereignty? Answer: I don't believe that sovereignty should be taken that seriously as it is only an idea and it does not affects peoples life in any way and it is not vital for human kind survival, I do think like I mention on the question below, that if it is an imperative
Marlon Brando, a world renowned actor, once said that “Privacy is not something that I'm merely entitled to, it's an absolute prerequisite” (Brando). Privacy should not be given, but privacy should be automatically had. Also, if one is not given privacy it would prohibit them from doing certain things in life. In “Blues Ain’t No Mockin Bird” by Toni Cade Bambara, Granny, the protagonist, Granddaddy, and the rest of their family find their privacy being breached by people taking pictures of their family, without their consent, for the food stamp program. They believe that this is unjust and that they deserve privacy.
As a whole, whale hunting has become more and more conventional. It seems like nothing is wrong for hunting whales from the ocean. If this activity continues to be uncontrolled, whales will extinct in one day. Although whale hunting is known to be profitable to the hunters, whaling is still unacceptable because they are the beautiful creation of mother nature that we have to protect, it is considered as animal cruelty or abusion and it will cause pollution to the sea, thus becoming danger to human beings. First and foremost, whaling should be completely banned to
Tradition is defined by the Merriam Webster Dictionary as “an inherited, established, or customary pattern of thought, action, or behavior (such as a religious practice or a social custom)”. The role of tradition plays an important part in Pearl S. Buck’s The Good Earth as the characters live their life around the customs. It especially shapes Wang Lung’s life as he followed certain practices, but defied others that he did not feel were so important to him. This influenced the way he related to his father and uncle and it played a part in his daily life. He tried to stick to his family rituals of working on the land, wearing a braid, and respecting his elders.
The answer is no. One of the purposes of the International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling was to preserve the natural resource, Whale, as recognizing some species are in endanger. After years of protection under the provision, some are still in endanger, but some species increased the population. Does it mean that the member countries of IWC are allowed to hunt the Whale for cultural exemption? My response to the question is to suspend the
WDC is working for a world where whales and dolphins are no longer subjected to the cruelty of captivity (WDC). WDC has created sea sanctuaries where whales and dolphins held in captivity can be relocated to live more natural lives if they cannot be returned to the wild, they are stopping the supply of whales and dolphins to captive facilities, and they are ending demand for whale and dolphins shows (WDC). “WDC has been campaigning against keeping whales and dolphins in captivity for 30 years. Some recent successes include: Working with the Indian government, we helped secure a national ban on keeping whales and dolphins in captivity. Through our campaign’s work, Virgin has committed to secure from its partners a pledge to no longer take whales and dolphins from the ocean.” WDC says on their website.
Hello, everyone. Today, I’d like to introduce to you the decreasing of blue whales and think together from moral standpoint about some words which are carelessly used now and then. I’m afraid this topic a little deviates from environmental problems, but to prevent us from repeating same mistakes in nature, it is necessary not only survey natural environment but also overturn our thought against nature and all living things in the earth from the root. It has passed long time since the decreasing of the number of blue whale started to become the problem. We can attribute this problem to over whaling for the commercial purpose.
In the other hand, the speaker contends this by explaining that whales were declined because of the human hunting , orcas changed their diet to survive and because just of the sea mammals were available, human started to hunt sea mammals and cause the decline. Third, the author asserts that scientist believed that the pollution hypothesis could also the uneven pattern of otters decline. However, the professor opposes this pint by explaining that the uneven pattern is better explained by orcas predation theory. she added that it depends on whether the location is accessible by orcas or not, so because orcas are large, they can 't access the shallow region where sea otters have not
Trump supported abortion rights in 1999, according to a 2011 article in National Journal. During the time he said, "I hate the concept of abortion, but I am strongly pro-choice." He also expressed a desire to see "the abortion issue removed from politics" because "it is a personal decision that should be left to the women and their doctors." Trump noted that President Ronald Reagan also was “pro-choice” on abortion at one time, but changed his mind and became a strong
All these factors are why many proponents believe this is a great idea. Overall risking Alaskan wildlife, and destroying the way of some of the native people who live in that area isn’t worth a pebble mine. Destroying Alaskan culture isn’t worth a pebble mine. The upkeep of this operation isn’t worth a pebble. None of this adds up to it being a realistic ideal for many
These are the regulation who 's a punishment imposed for breaking the law would not bring upon oneself from the gods through man’s temper. At the current scene, Creon’s ruling the government banning the tradition of honoring the loss in your family is too extreme which can affect the citizens in Thebes because what if the citizen’s members did make erroneous to the country before death, yet still deserve a respectful burial and honor them and lastly they may disagree with the law
III. Though whaling has been generally globally banned, some countries such as Japan and Norway still whale for scientific purposes. Do you think this is necessary? Do you think nature advocates such as the International Whaling Commission should allow this? Why or why