Here are some links, relevant to the shark conservation cause, that you might find helpful. Please note that the views held by these individuals and organisations are not necessarily the same as those held by HKSF.
Innovative funding vehicle specialising in promoting equity and environmental conservation in Asia. ADMCF are a corporate sponsor of HKSF.
International registered charity focused on marine conservation.
Trade body responsible for regulating and enforcing international trade (i.e. trade between countries, not domestic trade) in endangered species.
Grassroots ‘green group’ in Hong Kong, with interest in the shark fin soup issue and strong relationships in the educational sector.
International NGO that puts together the internationally recognised RED list of endangered species.
Creative photography and videography campaign, orchestrated by photographers Alex Hofford and Paul Hilton. Supported by HKSF.
Not-for-profit organisation (headquartered in Switzerland but with offices around the world) providing funding and practical assistance to over 150 marine research and conservation projects globally.
Non-profit shark conservation initiative based in Washington DC.
Global umbrella organisation linking over 100 shark conservation NGOs.
US based shark conservation NGO, with operations in Asia. SharkSavers campaign on sustainability, cruelty and health (mercury) issues.
The UK charity for shark conservation, working to advance the worldwide conservation of sharks through science, education, influence and action.
Grassroots not-for-profit consumer awareness group based in Vancouver and dedicated to promoting awareness, education and action about shark fin soup in the Chinese community.
Web portal of the acclaimed movie ‘Sharkwater’, provides a volunteer portal and dedicated to saving sharks.
WildAid’s mission is to end illegal wildlife trade in our lifetimes by reducing demand through public awareness campaigns and providing comprehensive marine protection. Headquartered in San Francisco, with international programmes.
Hong Kong division of leading global conservation organisation, with HQ based in Switzerland but active in more than 100 countries. WWF-Hong Kong’s mission is to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.