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Shark Stewards Releases Shark Catch and Trade Report in Malaysia

Following four years of market survey and analysis of available trade and catch data in Sabah, Shark Stewards has released a comprehensive report on Shark and Ray Catch and Trade in Sabah, Malaysia in September [...]

Recent News on Shark Stewards

Searching for Great Whites With Underwater Robots. National Geographic Recent Post on Shark Stewards Work in MPAs at the Farallon Islands. Story by Madeline Foote Frontier Borneo, The Shark Project  Discovery Channel Asia  Video Shark [...]

Shark Stewards Protests MSC recertification of Tuna Fishery Despite Shark Finning

Shark Stewards is proud to be one of the 45 Non Government Organizations (NGOs) from around the world that work on issues relating to the conservation and sustainable use of marine resources, sent a letter [...]

Photo Exhibition: Sharing and Protecting the Pacific’s Wild Places

Have you ever been close enough to a whale to smell the fish on their breath, or the smile of a shark so wide you can see the inside of their gills? Have you ever [...]

Global Conservation Coalition Invites Sponsors to Join Our Big Blue Expedition to Help Save Endangered Blue Whales, Wildlife, and Habitat in the Coral Triangle

#### ‘Swim With Us’ and Support: Presented by MWExperiences, Our Big Blue Expedition Embarks With a Special New Year’s Eve Fundraising Party in Los Angeles – Our Big Blue Expedition is a new global awareness campaign formed by conservation coalition Shark [...]

Stop Fish Bombing in the Coral Triangle

Fish bombing (also known as ‘dynamite fishing’, or ‘blast fishing’) is a destructive fishing practice in which typically homemade bombs are dropped into the ocean or onto the seabed. Shock waves produced by the explosion [...]

Aquatic Park Stewards: Marine Debris & Bay Ecosystem Conservation

The Aquatic Park Stewards program with Shark Stewards is helping lead the Bay marine debris prevention effort through clean-ups and quantifying marine debris at Aquatic Park, San Francisco.  Clean ups are the second Sunday of each [...]

Save the Bay Day- Aquatic Park Stewards Beach Clean Up

The Aquatic Park Stewards program is helping lead marine debris prevention through beach clean-up, quantifying marine debris, and wildlife and supporting our partners, the National Park Service. The school program brings underserved youth to the [...]

Sharktober and the Devil’s Teeth

Thirty miles west, one can catch a glimpse of the mysterious Farallon Islands when the marine layer lifts. The coastal by Miwok Indians called them the Islands of the Dead, and the Devil's Teeth by [...]

Pledge the UN Initiative to Stop Fish Bombing

Freshly Blasted Reef: Photo Credit ScubaZoo Fish bombing (also known as ‘dynamite fishing’, or ‘blast fishing’) is a destructive fishing practice in which typically, homemade bombs are dropped into the ocean or onto [...]