Sea Shepherd – The Shark Cull

Today, we don’t have to choose between protecting human life or marine life, we can do both with modern day alternatives. Established in 1977, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organisation. Its mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world’s oceans in order…

Andrew Nosal

“There is no time for complacency. The only way that we can conserve sharks is if we love sharks as much as we love dolphins”  Andrew P. Nosal is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego, where he conducts research on the behaviour, ecology, and conservation of sharks and rays.…

Juan Oliphant – Juan Sharks

Juan Oliphant is a shark specialist and professional photographer specialising in underwater photography with large marine animals. He has extensive experience working on a variety of marine life focused boat tours, as well as conservation campaign vessels like Sea Shepherd. His works have been published internationally in a variety of media sources. Not only do his photographs spread positive messages about sharks to the masses…

Rob Stewart – Sharkwater

“We’re facing a world by 2050 that has no fish, no reefs, no rainforest, and nine billion people on a planet that already can’t sustain seven billion people. So it’s going to be a really dramatic century unless we do something about it.” “It’s really critical for us to understand what else is on this…

Sylvia Earle – Mission Blue

“No ocean, no life. No blue, no green. No ocean, no us” This article is not particularly focused on sharks but on a woman whose life and commitment for ocean conservation must be highlighted. Usually called “living legend” or “hero for the planet”, Sylvia Earle, oceanographer, explorer, author and lecturer with a deep commitment to research…

Eli Martinez – Shark Diver Magazine

  Eli Martinez has worked as a host/cameraman/safety diver for Discovery Channel’s, Shark Week, Animal Planet, National Geographic, CNN, Outdoor Channel and NBC’s The Today Show, as well as various documentaries, newspapers and magazines around the world. His latest TV project is with Nat Geo Wild, due to air this July 2017. He has spent countless…