shark finning

Conditions were near perfect, with minimal chop on the water, no wind, and partial cloud cover. Captain Kevin left the marina
Despite this lack of comprehensive data, a survey of media reports on cases in South and Central America and the Caribbean provides insights into, and some measure of, the trade's alarming dimensions.
5. Don't buy Chinese medicines with rhino horn, shark liver, or any other endangered species ingredient. Believe me, no scientific
We know that sharks and rays are enormously threatened. The numbers are staggering. Recent studies estimate that at least 100 million sharks are caught and killed each and every year, mostly for their fins in unregulated or illegal fisheries.
In Palau, a country that depends critically on underwater tourism, studies showed that a dead shark is worth $108 -- but a single live shark is worth $1.9 million over the course of its lifetime.
It's time for GrubHub to join other companies that have already banned shark fin products, like Disney, Amazon, Hilton, Marriott and the Starwood hotel group, and take action to protect sharks before it's too late.
Xu had some help in creating her sustainable business. She competed for the Singapore International Foundation's Young Social
About 1.1 billion people, or 15 percent of the human race, depends upon killing our living planet for their daily livelihood.
Certain campaigns are exemplary. 350.org has been working relentlessly to advance public awareness of the negative impacts
Sharks have roamed the oceans for more than 400 million years, surviving multiple mass extinctions through the long periods of pre-history. But they face their greatest threat ever today.