Changing tastes and policies in China — spurred in part by conservation campaigns — have created breathing room for Indonesia’s sharks.
From local police to the president himself, Indonesia is cracking down on the illegal capture of its valuable marine life.
A new proposal could lead to the first-ever global trade regulations for five shark species.
This news is the latest indication that the tide is turning for shark conservation.
We don’t eat our sharks in the Galápagos Islands, though they are — so to speak — our bread and butter.
This year has seen a monumental shift in attitude toward consuming shark fin.
Poachers entered Raja Ampat in search of protected species like sharks. This is how we fought back.
Recent commitments to phase out shark fin products are turning the tide for conservation of these magnificent ocean predators.
Few animals inspire the awe, fear and respect that sharks command, yet there is still so much we don’t know
The scenario is all too common on fishing boats across the ocean — a shark is caught, its fins are