|Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition (ASOC)|
ASOC seeks to guarantee the highest possible level of environmental protection for the Antarctic region, whether for tiny but important krill or for entire ecosystems like the Ross Sea. ASOC has three high-priority focus areas - Climate Change and the Antarctic, Ross Sea Preservation and Krill Conservation.
|International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)|
The IFAW engages communities, government leaders, and like-minded organizations around the world to achieve lasting solutions to pressing animal welfare and conservation challenges-solutions that benefit both animals and people. For more than 40 years IFAW has investigated the cruelty of commercial seal hunting and campaigned to end it.
|Sea Shepherd Conservation Society|
Established in 1977, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization. Our mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world's oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species. Sea Shepherd uses innovative direct-action tactics to investigate, document, and take action when necessary to expose and confront illegal activities on the high seas. By safeguarding the biodiversity of our delicately balanced ocean ecosystems, Sea Shepherd works to ensure their survival for future generations.
IUCN's work builds upon their niche as the world’s authority on biodiversity conservation, nature-based solutions and related environmental governance.
|Whale & Dolphin Conservation Society (WDCS)|
WDCS supports and leads ground-breaking scientific research, funding whale and dolphin conservation field projects around the world. WDCS is an international non-profit working toward the conservation and welfare of all cetaceans (whales, dolphins, and porpoises) by reducing threats to cetaceans and their habitats and by raising awareness about the need to address the continuing threats to their welfare and survival.
|Australian Marine Conservation Society|
The Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS) is the voice for Australia's ocean wildlife. We are an independent charity, staffed by a committed group of professional and passionate scientists, educators and advocates who have defended Australia's oceans for 50 years. AMCS works on the big issues concerning the sea. Our key focus is to create large marine national parks (marine sanctuaries), make our fisheries sustainable and protect and recover our threatened ocean wildlife, such as our sharks, seals and whales.
|Marine Conservation Society UK|
The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is the voice for everyone who loves the sea. We work to secure a future for our living seas, and to save our threatened marine wildlife before it is lost forever.
|MarLIN The Marine Life Information Network|
MarLIN provides information to support marine conservation, management and planning. Our resources are based on available scientific evidence and designed for all stakeholders, from government agencies and industry to naturalists and the public. MarLIN hosts the largest review of the effects of human activities and natural events on marine species and habitats yet undertaken.
|Department of the Environment - Australian Government|
The Australian Government uses the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) to protect and manage threatened, migratory and marine species. Our long-term strategy for the recovery of threatened marine species includes scientific research, community education and awareness, partnership building and working with relevant industries and other stakeholders.
|Marine Mammal Conservation Network of India|
Marine Mammal Conservation Network of India aims to be an online source of information, and a virtual networking platform for people from all walks of life, independent or with organisations, interested in marine mammal research and conservation.
|Royal Marine Conservation Society of Jordan (JREDS)|
The Royal Marine Conservation Society of Jordan (JREDS) was founded in 1993 by a group of concerned responsible people, aspiring to protect Aqaba’s marine life from further degradation. In August 1995, JREDS registered under the Ministry of Interior as the first and only Jordanian non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the marine ecosystem. JREDS works to prevent the destruction of the Gulf of Aqaba by promoting sustainable management of natural marine resources, raising public awareness, encouraging community participation, and conducting environmental monitoring.
WILDCOAST conserves coastal and marine ecosystems and wildlife. WILDCOAST has helped conserve more than 3.2 million acres of globally significant bays, beaches, lagoons, coral reefs and islands, we will expand our work. Wildcoast helps conserve 17,536 acres of Marine Proteced Areas in Southern California. WILDCOAST works to preserve key ecosystems by applying conservation tools such as land acquisition, conservation concessions and zoning as well as developing protected areas. WILDCOAST helped conserve 1,125 acres of coral reefs in Mexico, and we will keep expanding our reach.
|Australian Marine Wildlife Research & Rescue Organisation|
At AMWRRO our primary objective is to rescue and rehabilitate injured marine wildlife from Australian waters. AMWRRO is the only organisation in South Australia licensed to rescue, rehabilitate and release all seals, all seabirds and all sea turtles species. We also work in conjunction with state departments to rescue and release dolphins and whales that are found entangled, injured or beached. AMWRRO assists with marine wildlife issues across Australia and when possible (or requested) we have the ability transport these animals to South Australia for treatment and rehabilitation and later return to their initial location. AMWRRO is changing policies and departmental protocol on how to deal with injured marine wildlife and is implementing minimum standards for other organisations in Australia to adopt when dealing with such species.