Campaigns

  • International Outcry Against Shark Killing at Tourist Island in Sabah knife

    PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION Press Contact: David McGuire Sharksteward(at)gmail.com 7/19/2016 The  Sabah Shark Protection association confirmed today that photographs of sharks slaughtered and finned have come from the dive tourist destination Pulau Mabul in the Semporna region of Sabah Malaysia and near the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. “This kind of senseless shark slaughter … Read more…

  • Cathay Pacific Joins List of Airlines Banning Shark Fin Binoffins

    Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific announced a complete ban on shipments of shark fin today, joining over seventy international carriers to ban transport of the shark product. Concerned about the rapid decline in shark populations globally, shark conservation groups applauded the measure as another important step in reducing demand for shark fin. Scientists estimate that … Read more…

  • No Butts in the Bay No Butts in the Bay

    With Aquarium of the Bay, Surfrider Foundation, City of San Francisco, National Park Service and other partners Shark Stewards is leading the Bay marine debris prevention effort to reduce plastic pollution in the Bay Tributaries, San Francisco Bay and adjacent beaches in the Butts out of the Bay Campaign. This campaign aims to raise awareness about the environmental … Read more…

News

  • Shark Stewards, Sabah Shark Protection Association Adding Voice for Sabah Sharks fin

    Divers Upset To See Dead Sharks On Boat Near Mabul, international call to support increased shark protection in Malaysia. SEMPORNA, 27 July 2016: Just days after photos of dead sharks emerged from Pulau Mabul off here, tourists caught on camera sharks slumped on a long boat, the tails of at least four hanging on the … Read more…

  • U.S. Supreme Court Denies Challenge to California Shark Fin Ban fins

    Tuesday, May 24, 2016 For Immediate Distribution U.S. Supreme Court Denies Challenge to California Shark Fin Ban California’s ban on the possession and sale of shark fins survived a third legal challenge Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal by San Francisco Bay Area shark fin suppliers and sellers of shark fin soup, … Read more…

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