Educate Yourself

THE WATERMEN PROJECT is dedicated to turn the tide for sharks and other endangered large marine animals. We believe awareness and education is a key factor. Therefore check out the websites we listed below to learn more about marine life and conservation.

International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) helps the world find pragmatic solutions to our most pressing environment and development challenges. The IUCN is responsible for the compilation of the red list; an index of threatened species currently including over 12000 species.
www.iucn.org

Save our Seas Foundation’s mission is to increase awareness, protection, preservation and conservation of the global marine environment, the world’s greatest shared natural resource. SOS implements and supports diverse programs of education, protection and conservation of the seas all around the world.
www.saveourseas.com

The World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) is an international non-governmental organization working on issues regarding the conservation, research and restoration of the environment. Visit the WWF Species program for more information on sharks.
www.worldwildlife.org/species/shark

Pangea Seed is an international grassroots organization founded in Tokyo, Japan dedicated to educating and raising international awareness on the plight of sharks and the destruction of their habitat. Through volunteer activism, research and the various mediums of art, music, film, and photography, Pangea Seed aims to create an open dialog with the global community to develop an understanding of the need to preserve and protect sharks and the oceans.
www.pangeaseed.org

Elasmo Research is rich in information about shark biology and evolution. It’s well-written, is fascinating, and is vast in its knowledge. Written and illustrated by R. Aidan Martin.
www.elasmo-research.org

The Ocean Conservancy are advocates of wild, healthy oceans and are active in many areas of shark and ray protection.
www.oceanconservancy.org