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Major Singapore Resort Says No to Shark Fin Soup

Resorts World at Sentosa (RWS) today launched a fund to sponsor research, education and conservation efforts related to marine life, to further the marine conservation cause. The RWS Marine Life Fund will dispatch up to SGD$100,000 each year in 2008 and 2009 and up to SGD$1 million each year from 2010 when the Resort opens.

Planet in Peril - Shark Finning

CNN's latest installment of the Planet in Peril focuses on shark finning, and the shark fin trade.

Here are two promotional clips for Lisa Ling's investigative report which will air in December:

http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/tech/2008/07/15/pip.shark.finning.cnn

http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/tech/2008/09/16/pip.shark.finning.cnn

CNN, WildAid - Conservation Home Run

After months of bad news about sharks, along comes this mornings in-depth and quite frankly astonishing coverage of Taiwans sharks fin trade by CNN's-Lisa Ling and Peter Knights of WildAid.

The "Planet in Peril" crew traveled with Knights to Taiwan's southern port city of Kaohsiung, which is considered one of the world's main hubs for shark fins. We watched as the fishermen unloaded their catch. Thousands of fins were thrown from one of the ships that had spent months fishing the international waters of the Pacific.

WildAid's Galapagos Program featured as an Interactive Game

Every year in the Galapagos Island, poachers illegally kill thousands of sharks, a practice that has brought sharks in the region to the edge of extinction. Elf Island, the virtual world that empowers kids to make a difference in the real world through online game play, this week announced its second GoodQuest,Ô challenging kids around the world to help protect these endangered animals through a partnership with WildAid, a non-profit working to stop the illegal "fining" of sharks in the Galapagos.

New Tools In The Fight Against Illegal Fishing

Newly installed satellite-based vessel monitoring system (VMS) has proved its worth already by leading to the arrest of illegal fishermen. The state-of-the-art system was financed and installed on May 20th,2009 by WildAid, Conservation International, the Walton Family Foundation, and Resorts World at Sentosa in cooperation with the Galapagos National Park Service and represents the culmination of three years of work.

Chinese belly-gods warn: Eating shark fins to have ecological, health consequences

A London-based environmental advocate warned Monday that preying on sharks merely for the fins will not only harm the ecological system, but may also be bad for the health of consumers.

Steve Trent, president of U.S.-headquartered Wild Aid, said it was important for China, the world's largest consumer of shark fins, to promote public awareness of the protection of this animal which is feared on the verge of extinction.

Buy a billboard in China. Strike a blow against shark fin soup!

Demand for shark fin soup in Asia is the number one reason why shark populations are plummeting throughout the world.

Now you can take advantage of an unprecedented opportunity to make a direct impact in the fight to save sharks.

Shark Savers and WildAid are collaborating on a multi-media campaign in China targeting the consumers of shark fin soup.

Chinese Basketball Hero, Yao Ming Acts to Saves the Sharks

Basketball star and China's most popular figure, Yao Ming, today launched a new stage in a hard-hitting campaign to save the world's fast dwindling shark populations. Featuring a new public service announcement (PSA) and major billboard campaign with international conservation group WildAid. Yao timed the launch to take place the day before the first game of Shanghai Sharks basketball team, which he recently assumed control over.

World's first ban on shark fin makes Hawaii global leader in shark conservation

On the eve of the State of Hawaii becoming the first jurisdiction to ban sales of shark fin soup, local and international conservation groups praised the ground-breaking move as a first step to halting the decimation of global shark stocks.

WildAid and Ministry of Agrilculture launch aquatic awareness month

WildAid launched a “National Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Awareness Month.” Initiated by Ministry of Agriculture of China, the awareness campaign is the first of its kind in terms of scale (in over 20 provinces) and time (one month). It aims to educate and raise awareness of aquatic wildlife conservation among students in China.

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