You can save corals, whales, and other marine life even in the comfort of your home. Our e-network allows participation from people of all ages, nationalities, and backgrounds as easily as possible.
Every individual’s individual contribution counts. Together, we can sway public opinion and pressure governments to be more serious and intense in protecting the lives of marine species.
For example, the Hawksbill Turtle, which is found in marine tropical regions worldwide, is now an endangered species. It is estimated that the population of Hawksbill Turtle has declined by as much as 80% over the last century. Demand for the turtles is driven by its meat and shells.
However, thanks to the efforts of the concerned public, many nations have deemed the slaughter, sale, and trade of hawksbill turtles illegal. Such progress in protecting marine biodiversity is a manifestation of how individuals can work together to have an informed voice.
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