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Shark Savers Joins WildAid

San Francisco, CA – WildAid and Shark Savers have merged. Shark Savers’ programs and name joined WildAid’s portfolio of programs to protect endangered wildlife species including elephants, rhinos, and tigers; combining the complementary capabilities of the two organizations and increasing the efficiency of operations.

"We hope to further reduce shark fin consumption by bringing our media and Shark Savers’ grass roots campaigns together and continue our joint work to protect manta rays,” said Peter Knights, WildAid Executive Director.

“I’m FINished with Fins” Shark Campaign Launches in Mainland China

WildAid applauds government on cutting demand following media campaign and shark fin soup ban

New York Legislature Unanimously Passes Bill to End Largest Shark Fin Trade on the Atlantic

Governor Cuomo urged to sign legislation to protect sharks and oceans

The New York Legislature unanimously passed legislation in both chambers to end New York’s contribution to the dire collapse of shark populations worldwide. Fourteen major animal welfare, environmental and conservation organizations are urging Gov. Andrew Cuomo to sign into law A.1769b/S.1711b, legislation banning the possession, sale, trade and distribution of shark fins.

New York Senate Passes Bill to End Cruel and Unsustainable Shark Fin Trade

Assembly urged to take action to protect sharks and oceans

NBA Cares and WildAid Team Up To Save Wildlife

WildAid and NBA Cares, the National Basketball Association's (NBA) global social responsibility program, have announced another step in their partnership promoting wildlife conservation in the United States and aimed at reducing the illegal trade of wildlife products in China. 

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