20 Apr '17, 9pm

Help spread the word that #sharks belong in the ocean, not in soup

2015-2016: Expanding campaign efforts in Southeast Asia and building public and political support for legal controls on the consumption of shark fin in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan. September 2015: Supported Parkview Arts Action's "On Sharks and Humanity" exhibits in Moscow and Beijing, where more than 30 artists from around the world displayed shark-related art pieces to promote shark protection and support our campaign to end the consumption of shark fin soup. August 2015: Filmed a new PSA with actor and environmentalist, Ian Somerhalder, to broaden our impact and spread our shark conservation message further among global consumers. June 2015: More than 30 airlines and 15 hotel chains have banned shark fin soup. April 2015: Collaborated with Guangzhou Fisheries Law Enforcement officials and WCS to organize a capability training course for 80 front-line fishe...

Full article: http://www.wildaid.org/sharks

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