The Pew Environment Group, based in Washington, DC, has been making real quantitative, measurable progress in shark conservation. They put much of their focus on working with governments and political decision makers while also putting out some of the hard facts about the current condition of the shark species.
Here's a great infographic they just made available on their website. If you have a conservation website of your own, they provide the embedding code you would need or you can just save the image.
The RTSea Blog was started in 2008 and now includes over 950 entries available for media or academic background research use, including observations on a wide range of topical issues and events involving the oceans, sharks, and nature in general. After a brief break in 2012-13, there will now be more posts forthcoming.
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