The Shark Alliance was founded in Europe in 2006 to campaign for an EU Shark Action Plan and to close loopholes in the EU’s ban on shark ‘finning’—the wasteful practice of cutting off valuable shark fins and discarding the body at sea. The alliance was led by: The European Elasmobranch Association, The Pew Charitable Trusts, Project Aware and Shark Trust.
All of BLUE’s activities and goals are driven by our fundamental belief that film is the most powerful tool we have available to engage a broad global audience in a direct way that educates them about the ocean, creates a better understanding of complex issues, and empowers positive next steps. BLUE is dedicated to PROMOTING, HONORING, and SHARING great ocean films.
NAUI’s global reputation for the best in training and educational products reflects our core values of quality dive training through education.
The International League of Conservation Photographers is a consortium of professional photographers, who have demonstrated the highest skills in photography, outstanding ethical standards in the capture, manipulation and captioning of images, and a sustained commitment to conservation.
Shark Research Institute (SRI), a multi-disciplinary nonprofit 501(c)(3) scientific research organization, was created to sponsor and conduct research on sharks and promote their conservation.
Increasing access to renewable, sustainable energy. A sustainable solution to deforestation, Greenchar's LongBurn briquettes, an alternative to firewood, are made from sustainable sugarcane waste.