With Norway catching only half its self-allocated quota of Minke whales for the past eight years, there are signs that the hunting of whales in Norway is slowly fading away.
'Year on year the quotas aren't being taken,' says Truis Gulowsen, president of Greenpeace Norway. 'It isn't a huge problem though. It is an activity that is on the path to extinction because consumers prefer pizzas to whale meat.' Read more