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Cebu: Amended PB ordinance shields shark from extermination

Cebu: Amended PB ordinance shields shark from extermination

Provincial News Cebu Provincial Government 16. September 2014 —————————– By Ramon Gallardo The once dreaded creature in the sea, the shark, which man fears to encounter specially during a sea mishap, human being now seems shifted his notion to this kind of animal as a mere predator – to its importance to our marine biodiversity.

NOAA: Stock Status Determination for Atlantic Sharpnose and Bonnethead Sharks

NOAA: Stock Status Determination for Atlantic Sharpnose and Bonnethead Sharks

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration RIN 0648–XD476 — Stock Status Determination for Atlantic Highly Migratory Atlantic Sharpnose and Bonnethead Sharks A Notice by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on 09/05/2014 AGENCY: National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Commerce. ACTION: Notice. SUMMARY: This action serves as a

The Unique Collection and Variety Hotels join ‘Fin-Free Thailand’

The Unique Collection and Variety Hotels join ‘Fin-Free Thailand’

Press Release The Unique Collection of Hotels and Resorts 30. August 2014 ————————— 13 Hotels and Resorts Managed By The Unique Collection and Variety Hotels Join “FIN-FREE THAILAND” The Unique Collection and Variety Hotels are participated in “Fin-Free Thailand to stop serving shark fin and become 100% shark fin free to protect endangered sharks which

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group To Ban Shark Fin In Asia Pacific Hotels

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group To Ban Shark Fin In Asia Pacific Hotels

News Release Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group 01. September 2014 ————————— SINGAPORE (September 1, 2014) – Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group today announced that the company has joined the fight in reversing the rapid decline in the shark population and signaling its commitment towards sustainable seafood sourcing. Reaffirming its commitment to operate as a responsible business, the

CITES Application Guidelines for US Fishermen

CITES Application Guidelines for US Fishermen

This document was created to assist U.S. fishers who plan to engage in international commercial trade (e.g. fishing on the high seas and landing in the United States or in a foreign country, importing, exporting, or re-exporting) of oceanic whitetip shark, three species of hammerhead sharks (scalloped, great, and smooth), porbeagle shark, and manta rays.

From ‘Avoid’ to ‘Best Choice’: Pacific spiny dogfish upgraded by Seafood Watch

From ‘Avoid’ to ‘Best Choice’: Pacific spiny dogfish upgraded by Seafood Watch

New and Updated Recommendations – September 2014 The Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch 02. September 2014 —————————- Consumers now have many more sustainable seafood options from the West Coast New and updated recommendations for September 2014 include cabezon, crab, dogfish, groundfish, grouper, grenadier, lingcod, lobster, Pacific cod, sablefish and skate. The most exciting news is

US ‘JAWS Act’ introduced to halt foreign aid to countries that allow shark finning

US ‘JAWS Act’ introduced to halt foreign aid to countries that allow shark finning

Press Release Blake Farenthold United States Congressman, 27th District of Texas 19. August 2014 ————————- U.S. Representative Blake Farenthold introduces H.R.5308, the Justice Attributed to Wounded Sharks (JAWS) Act to halt foreign aid to countries that allow shark finning WASHINGTON – U.S. Representative Blake Farenthold (TX-27) introduced H.R. 5308, the Justice Attributed to Wounded Sharks

Shark finning to be banned in New Zealand waters

Shark finning to be banned in New Zealand waters

Press Release Hon Nathan Guy, Primary Industries Minister Hon Dr Nick Smith, Conservation Minister 20. August 2014 ——————- Shark finning to be banned from 1 October A ban on the finning of all shark species within New Zealand waters will take effect from 1 October this year, Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith and Primary Industries

Australia: DAFF Notification regarding new CITES listings of 5 shark species

Australia: DAFF Notification regarding new CITES listings of 5 shark species

ICON Alert Date: 15. August 2014 New CITES requirements for the export and import of five shark species From 14 September 2014, all exporters and importers will be required to apply for, and obtain a Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) permit from the Department of Environment for

New EU-Madagascar Fisheries Agreement Increases Shark Quota By 25 Percent

New EU-Madagascar Fisheries Agreement Increases Shark Quota By 25 Percent

News Release Presidency of the Government of Spain Complejo de la Moncloa 23. June 2014 —————– Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Affairs welcomes renewal of EU-Madagascar Fisheries Agreement for a further four years The new Protocol was signed yesterday in Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar The Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Affairs

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