BRUSSELS (BELGIUM)- Indonesia and India account for more than a fifth of global shark catches, according to the wildlife trade monitoring network TRAFFIC, which published a report Into The Deep today.  EU The two countries were named as the world’s biggest catchers of sharks in an EU-backed probe into implementing aContinue Reading

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (BRUNEI)- The sultanate of Brunei has announced it will enforce the ban on the catch and landings of all shark species from Brunei’s waters. And thus cease the sale of any related products in the domestic market. Furthermore, Brunei will also now officially enforce the ban on the importationContinue Reading

SINGAPORE (SINGAPORE)- More and more more organisations in Singapore are saying ‘no’ to shark fin  soup on the menu. At least two government ministries have said no. Others have taken their own initiative renounce the consumption of shark fin products. The campaign by Shark Savers Singapore is gaining ground. SinceContinue Reading

HONG KONG (CHINA)- Hong-Kong based airline carrier Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. wednesday said it will stop shipping ‘unsustainably sourced sharks and shark-related products.’ With this move, Cathay joins a worldwide growing corporate movement against the shark-fin trade, following several luxury-hotel companies  like hotel chains Shangri-La Asia Ltd. and Peninsula Hotels,Continue Reading