The plight of sharks and the work of Pew’s Global Shark Conservation Campaign has been documented through videos, reports, fact sheets and other material that you can find below.
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Eighteen kilometers (almost 11 miles) off the coast of Oman, the Dimaniyat islands are fast becoming a popular dive destination for wildlife enthusiasts—specifically those seeking up-close encounters with whale sharks, which migrate through the area from September through November. Recognizing the value of that tourism to the country’s economy, the Omani government, along with many... Read More
Located at the tip of the Coral Triangle in the western Pacific Ocean, the Philippines is home to more than 200 species of sharks and rays, and declines in their numbers could have negative impacts on marine ecosystems. Read More
Despite progress in conservation efforts in recent years, many shark populations around the world have not recovered from heavy fishing and still face significant threats. Sri Lanka is among the many countries trying to address those threats, and the government advanced those efforts further March 5-6 by hosting a workshop to help the region’s customs, fisheries, and environmental officers... Read More