At the beginning of the 21st century, Indonesia became the world’s leading shark producer in a global market responsible for over 100 million legal and illegal shark deaths annually. Concentrated fishing and increase demand is setting off harmful chain reactions that will effect you and your loved ones health and saftey.
Many sharks are apex predators. Overfishing sharks opens up ecosystems, both above and below, to disease and imbalance. Consuming shark also proves to be far more of a threat than sharks themselves, this is due to high levels of mercury found in their meat and fins, known to cause serious damage or even death to unborn children.
We know ¼ of all shark species face extinction. Following closely behind, the communities that rely on them for survival. Our direct interaction with the community focuses on repurposing natural assets and educating future generations on sustainable economic opportunities, such as tourism. Making the communities that fish them, their greatest protectors.
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