Even the Icelanders have stopped whale fishing AFAIK.
Norway and Japan only left? ahh and Denmark still do !
"Whaling in the Faroe Islands takes the form of beaching and slaughtering long-finned pilot whales, a type of dolphin drive hunting. It has been practiced since about the time of the first Norse settlements on these North Atlantic islands, and thus can be considered aboriginal whaling. It is mentioned in the Sheep Letter, a Faroese law from 1298, a supplement to the Norwegian Gulating law"
Norway gave away both Greenland and Faroe to Denmark (big Big mistake)
Who kill most whales these days? Whale hunters or Plastic spreading M**rons? (including future consequences of their pollution) ?