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Undercover on a shark fishing boat
The Pacific Coast of Peru is one of the most biodiverse places in the whole world. But beneath the beautiful surface, lays a dark secret. Dolphins die for shark bait. This is cruel, illegal and unheard of in the rest of the world. An environmental activist spent weeks undercover on a shark fishing boat to film and expose this cruel practise, so You could put an end to it.
Wädenswil/New York, 9 June 2017. The United Nations’ five-day conference on marine conservation in New York concluded with a Call for Action. This declaration was agreed upon unanimously by the country representatives, including a range of head of states and...read more
Wädenswil/Switzerland, 8th June 2017. The theme of today’s World Oceans Day is ‘Our Oceans, Our Future’. The ocean plays a vital role in all our lives, providing us with oxygen, food, livelihoods and recreation and helps to control earth’s temperature and weather....read more
If you came across a dog on the street, its limbs cut off, slowly bleeding to death- would you walk away? Would you turn a blind eye and tell yourself that creature deserved it? Most people would be outraged. There would be protests, calls to the police. People would...read more