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Project AWARE welcomes new Associate Director, Policy and Campaigns

Project AWARE is honoured to welcome Ian Campbell as the international marine conservation non-profit organisation’s new Associate Director, Policy and Campaigns.Ian Campbell draws from...
Countdown to Project AWARE’s Our Ocean Conference Begins

Countdown to Project AWARE’s Our Ocean Conference Begins

Project AWARE’s Our Ocean Conference is set to take place in Bali on 29 and 30 October, where one of the key discussion points...

Duttons Divers run Snowdon for Project AWARE

On 30 June, Clare Dutton and William Tew from the Duttons Divers team at Vivian Dive Centre, Llanberis, will be taking on Snowdon to...

New Infographic Busts Myths about Global Shark Trade

A new interactive infographic, from the environmental organization Project AWARE®, illustrates the full story of current, trade-related threats to shark and ray populations.It is...

PROJECT AWARE: United Nations Wildlife Treaty outcomes for sharks and rays

Over 90 governments attending the 12th Session of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention of the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild...

Project AWARE launches 25th Anniversary Silent Auction

This year, Project AWARE turns 25! In celebration of this incredible milestone, Project AWARE launches a special edition of its annual Silent Auction. Through this...

Endangered Devil Ray Landings in Turkey Denounced

Conservation Groups Call On Mediterranean Officials to Better Enforce Protections for endangered devil rayConservation groups are calling for answers and action in relation to...

Responsible Shark and Ray Tourism

World’s First-Ever Best-Practice Guide for Tourism Operators Released by Project AWARE, The Manta Trust and WWF InternationalOn World Wildlife Day, March 3, Project AWARE®,...

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