Posted by Brought to you from Project Aware.org on 28th Oct 2014
We have another big opportunity to help make change for vanishing sharks and rays - one that only comes along once every three years. Every voice counts and we need yours!
Please Take 3 Minutes of Action Today:
The Campaign: Beginning Nov 3rd, Project AWARE and partners will be in Ecuador, representing the diver voice among representatives from 120 nations. 21 species of sharks and rays are on the agenda – including some of our favorite hammerheads, silky sharks and reef mantas.
The Issue: Varied degrees of protection exist for sharks and rays around the globe. These animals migrate - crossing many political boundaries. A hammerhead protected here, is not necessarily protected elsewhere. For these ocean travelers, international cooperation is vital.
If Successful: Our voice - the voice of the dive community - can help persuade countries to work together, implementing international agreements for their protection.
Thank you for your 3 minutes today and thank you for giving sharks and rays a voice! Be sure to find out more or make a donation to support the campaign.
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