CSI is an all-volunteer, non-benefit preservation, training and research association taking a shot at sake of cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) and their marine surroundings. Established locally as the Connecticut Cetacean Society in 1974, CSI took to the universal scene in 1986 and raised a worldwide pioneer in cetacean promotion, with contacts in more than 20 nations today! It remains for some reason:
- Restrict cetacean bondage: It is the position of Cetacean Society International that it is no more reasonable for cetaceans to be caught or kept up in imprisonment for motivations behind display, examination or training. There exists an ethical basic for cetaceans in bondage to be kept up in ideal conditions for their physical and social prosperity and for endeavours to be made for their restoration and discharge.
- Restrict rebel whaling and any endeavours to upset the prohibition on business whaling.
- Advance whale looking as a financial other option to whaling in creating countries.
- Speak to cetaceans as a NGO at the IWC (International Whaling Commission) and help local workshops and gatherings.
- Bolster research ventures around the world, particularly in creating nations.
- Advocate for altruistic, non-deadly, non-intrusive, moral exploration measures.
- Encourage a system of researchers, instructors, activists, and assets.
- Look for authoritative and open answers for boat strike murders, entrapment and maverick chasing.
- Educate lawmakers and the general population on marine contamination issues, living space annihilation and different dangers.
- Battle wellsprings of anthropogenic clamour contamination including military sonar, seismic reviews/investigation and transportation vessels.
- Help and backing the Marine Mammal Stranding Network and its accomplice salvage and unravelling associations around the globe.
- Circulate instructive materials for nearby and universal use.
- Answer open and media worries as promoters for whales, dolphins and porpoises.