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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.

 

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Petitions

No sharks for “Shark City”

There are plans to construct a shark adventure aquarium in Pfungstadt, a town in south-western Germany. Sign our petition to the mayor and the city council of Pfungstadt and help us protect sharks from being subjected to a sad existence in an aquarium.

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Appeal to protect Antarctica

The seas around Antarctica are the most untouched ocean environment left on Earth. They are home to almost ten thousand different animal species. But humankind is encroaching even upon these remote areas, posing a number of threats.

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UN Oceans Conference concludes with call to take action

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...

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Sharks need our help just as much as the panda

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...

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