Greenpeace remains a leader in the campaign to stop commercial Japanese whaling. The Caribbean island of Dominica is the latest to join in their efforts to saying "No" to commercial whaling. Dominica was once an ally of Japan's endeavors, but has now committed to being a whale-friendly country. Dominica is sometimes called the “whale watching capitol of the Caribbean” and is the only country in the world where the sperm whale resides all year long, although sightings are most common between November and March. Studies show that whale watching is a much more lucrative business venture than hunting them. Hopefully, more countries will come on board. For more information, visit Greenpeace.org.