Friday, 20 March 2009 4:02 PM

Dolphin Trade: Demand Vs Supply

I have a question for the Director of Earth Island Institute. How does the Dolphin Trade affect your "dolphin safe labels?" How much will you stand to lose?

I have reasons to believe that the issue at hand is more than just about "conservation." Like Africa, many will come sounding the alarm like saints, most of them are in fact wolves in sheep's clothing.

To David and his likes, I do not see you writing to The Australian over the use of Dolphins at the Sea World in the Gold Coast or writing letters to the folks in Dubai importing our dolphins. It is a simple demand and supply issue, they demand we supply. No demand, no supply!

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