SeaWorld has the chance to do something right.

Goal: 150,000

Great news! The President of the Sochi Olympic Committee has just confirmed that the two wild orcas captured by White Sphere will not be displayed during the Sochi Olympics.

But this fight isn’t over. We believe that White Sphere is responsible for the capture of 8 wild orcas in the past year. The 2 that were bound for the Sochi Olympics are still in Moscow. They are still destined to be shipped off to another dolphinarium in Russia or China. They will still be forced to participate in live shows and be kept in ridiculously tiny metal tanks.

The physical and mental health of these orcas is in danger. We have to ramp up the pressure on White Sphere, and we think we know how. White Sphere is a member of the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA), the world’s largest trade association for amusement parks and aquariums. So is SeaWorld. We want the IIAPA and SeaWorld to expect better from their members and partners.

Tell the IAAPA and SeaWorld to boot White Sphere out of the Association, unless it returns the captured orcas to the wild.

Being booted out of the IAAPA could be a serious wake-up call for White Sphere. The IAAPA provides White Sphere with links to suppliers and partners around the world, as well as advice on how to improve efficiency, marketing, safety, and profitability. Above all, the IAAPA gives White Sphere credibility. Without IAAPA membership, White Sphere could be exposed as the cowboy outfit it really is.

SeaWorld has been facing increasing pressure after the documentary Blackfish came out last year, alleging troublesome practices involving its captive killer whales. Now is the perfect time for SeaWorld to stand up and prove its ethical stance, by refusing to be associated with White Sphere -- a company that has captured 8 orcas from the wild in one year alone.

Russia issues permits for wild orca capture, but just because it’s legal, doesn’t mean it’s right. The US hasn’t issued a permit for the capture of a wild orca since 1989. That’s how dated this practice truly is.

Demand that the IAAPA and SeaWorld not work with White Sphere any longer, until it returns the wild orcas to the ocean.

Hundreds of thousands of us have protested the display of the wild orcas at the Sochi Olympics, and we won. Let's aim higher.  

Great news! The President of the Sochi Olympic Committee has just confirmed that the two wild orcas captured by White Sphere will not be displayed during the Sochi Olympics.

But this fight isn’t over. We believe that White Sphere is responsible for the capture of 8 wild orcas in the past year. The 2 that were bound for the Sochi Olympics are still in Moscow. They are still destined to be shipped off to another dolphinarium in Russia or China. They will still be forced to participate in live shows and be kept in ridiculously tiny metal tanks.

The physical and mental health of these orcas is in danger. We have to ramp up the pressure on White Sphere, and we think we know how. White Sphere is a member of the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA), the world’s largest trade association for amusement parks and aquariums. So is SeaWorld. We want the IAAPA and SeaWorld to expect better from their members and partners.

Tell the IAAPA and SeaWorld to boot White Sphere out of the Association, unless it returns the captured orcas to the wild

Sign the petition to the IAAPA and SeaWorld

Petition Text:


Refuse to work with White Sphere unless it returns the wild orcas to the ocean."

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