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LET’S SAVE THE SHARKS! WE ARE ALL CONNECTED

A Time For Change

By NakaweOn April 12, 2018

  Sharks are dying every day as a result of fishing, both legal and illegal. Approximately one quarter of...

Urgent holiday message: Shark species, like hammerheads and blue sharks are being sold as...

By NakaweOn April 11, 2018

Every meal is an opportunity to protect the planet. In many countries where this dish is popular, salt fish, also...

Some fishermen communities in BCS, Mexico rely completely on shark meat and shark fins to...

By NakaweOn April 10, 2018

Some fishermen communities here in BCS rely completely on shark meat and shark fins to make ends meet. For these...

SIGN THE PETITION- Sharks are worth more in oceans swimming and alive than on menus

By NakaweOn April 10, 2018

One in four shark species are threatened with extinction, yet shark meat is sold at grocery stores worldwide. In Mexico...

Silky Sharks at International Meeting

By NakaweOn April 2, 2018

Conservationists Urge Increased Protections of Silky Sharks at International Meeting A CITES Appendix II Listing Could...

Ecoturism Programs on PACIFIC OCEAN

By NakaweOn April 2, 2018

Niue Trip 01-10/09/2017 Join David Girsh ( Nakawe Team Member ) for a fantastic 9- night dive and snorkel trip to Niue...

Graphic design for the wildlife

By NakaweOn April 2, 2018

Graphic design for the wildlife, environment & conservation sectors   A hand-picked selection of our design...

Education project using virtual reality – Costa Rica

By NakaweOn April 2, 2018

Nakawe Project is working in colaboration with  VERITAS UNIVERSITY  and UNDERSEA HUNTER GROUP on a environmental...

COCOS ISLAND, RESEARCH EXPEDITIONS – Underseahunter

By NakaweOn April 2, 2018

RESEARCH EXPEDITIONS Underseahunter Nakawe Project has teamed up with the Turtle Island Restoration Project to bring...

Conferences, events, documentaries and school activities

By NakaweOn April 2, 2018

Through conferences, events, documentaries and school activities, we carry our message of conservation to children and...

We Dont Eat Mercury!

By NakaweOn April 2, 2018

In Mexico, 23,000 tons of shark meat are consumed annually.I n several species of shark, levels of toxic chemicals...

Extremely Rare Tiger Shark Attack at Cocos Island

By NakaweOn December 5, 2017

Isla del Coco, Costa Rica Extremely Rare Tiger Shark Attack We, at Nakawe Project, are greatly saddened to hear the...

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