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 Post subject: Apa pendapatmu (1)?
PostPosted: Thu Jul 09, 2009 10:05 pm 
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 10, 2009 2:39 am 
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Yah.. kalo kasusnya lamalera sih sulit kali yah, disana kan perburuan paus uda jd tradisi n kepercayaan setempat. Kalo ga dpt paus, bakal ada bencana (bener ga?). Secara pribadi ya jelas ga setuju paus koq dibunuh, tp bisa ngerti juga koq. Selama cara berburunya mengandalkan tradisi, dengan alat2 sederhana, apa iya bisa mengganggu ekosistem? Asal jgn jadi tujuan wisata aja nantinya, paus diburu buat tontonan turis, runyam deh kalo gitu jadinya, hehehe...

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Waah,, itu whale shark,..sayang sekali, tp bener kata Hes, di daerah timur indonesia, alor dst.. emang kerap kali terjadi perburuan dan itu udah jadi tradisi mereka, mola juga di buru tuh disana..

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 10, 2009 9:21 am 
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pernah denger, target perburuan bisa diganti, dengan pendekatan ke kepala suku, dugong, diganti lumba2 ato penyu, tergantung tingkat popolasi juga, tapi, kalo paus segede gitu diganti sama apa ya?

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 10, 2009 11:42 am 
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Agreed with hes...memang susah kalau sudah menjadi tradisi, at least pengetahuan ttg pemburuan paus di benak mereka akan melekat lama sekali..

I just found out this article...menurut saya tindakan pemerintah RI sudah cukup bagus, entah yang di larang illegal fishingnya atau target dari fishing tersebut...

Indonesia expels Japanese whalers

SURABAYA, Indonesia (17 Jan 2009) — A Japanese whaling vessel was forced to leave Indonesian waters on Thursday after the government rejected its request to dock at the state-owned PT PAL shipyard in Surabaya, East Java Province, an official said on Thursday.

"We asked the Japanese whaling ship to go and it has left. We don't want to support any illegal fishing," said Sumarto Suharno, head of the East Java Natural Resources Conservation Office, or KSDA.

The Yushin Maru 2 whaling vessel had been off the coast of Surabaya for six days while waiting for Indonesian approval to dock so it could repair a propeller damaged during a whale hunt in the Southern Ocean.

The Japanese Consulate General in Surabaya sent a letter to state-owned shipbuilding company PT PAL Surabaya on Wednesday guaranteeing that the vessel would not engage in any "illegal activity."

The Yushin Maru 2, a registered Japanese harpoon whaling ship, was thrust into the spotlight in January 2008 when two (anti-whaling) activists boarded the vessel without permission to deliver a letter protesting whaling activities in the Southern Ocean. The activists were detained on board the ship for two days.

Sumarto said the Japanese consulate told Indonesian authorities that the vessel was engaged in scientific research and that it would not engage in any illegal activities.

"We didn't know the truth until we got information from local and international environmental groups about the activities of the Yushin Maru 2," Sumarto said.

He said that the Western Australia government had also e-mailed him to confirm that the Japanese whaling vessel had been denied entry by Australian ports for refueling and repairs.

"The Australian government asked Indonesia to take similar moves," Sumarto said.

Neither the Japanese Consulate General in Surabaya nor the Japanese Embassy in Jakarta could be reached for comment on Thursday.

Meanwhile, about a dozen people organized a demonstration outside the Japanese Embassy in Jakarta on Thursday to demand that the whaling vessel immediately leave Indonesian waters.

Demonstrators carried posters declaring "No whale-killing vessel at Surabaya harbor!" and "Japan, go home!"

The protesters called on the public to boycott Japanese products if the ship was allowed to dock at the Surabaya port for repairs.

"We oppose the Japanese whaling fleet entering Indonesia," said Pramudya Harzani of the Jakarta Animal Aid Network. "This vessel should be turned away."

At least l2 countries and international environmental groups have condemned the Japanese whaling fleet, saying that its annual hunt is "illegal."

by FEBRIAMY HUTAPEA

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 Post subject: Australia v. Japan over Whaling in ICJ
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Australia akhirnya membawa kasus penelitian ikan paus yang disponsori Jepang (JARPA) yang telah membunuh ribuan ikan paus ke pengadilan di Den Haag - International Court of Justice (ICJ).

Salah satu artikel yang membahas secara singkat mengapa Australia melawan Jepang berkaitan dengan penelitian ikan paus:

http://www.france24.com/en/20100601-aus ... g-loophole

Tuntutan pemerintah Australia bisa dibaca di sini:
http://www.icj-cij.org/docket/files/148/15953.pdf

Proses pengadilan biasanya bisa memakan waktu tahunan dan sudah ditanggapi oleh ICJ. Saat ini ICJ dalam proses mengganti dua hakim mereka yang mengundurkan diri - yang berarti bisa mempengaruhi jalan waktu penanganan kasus ini di pengadilan.. :(


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