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Conserving Wildlife

Habitat loss, climate change and human greed are driving species loss at an unsustainable rate. Through data, technology and science, conservation efforts can be informed and developed to protect threatened species and restore balance to ecosystems.

Global FinPrint

In collaboration with Florida International University, FinPrint is the first-ever global survey of shark and rays in the coral reef ecosystems, providing critical baseline and trend data in more than 400 coral reef locations.

Ivory DNA analysis

Research from University of Washington's Dr. Samuel Wasser that uses DNA from confiscated ivory to identify its geographic source has revealed Africa's two worst poaching hotspots. This data can be used to increase law enforcement and disrupt the organized transnational crime that is driving the poaching crisis.

CITES compliance and implementation

Our 2016 support of the successful efforts to list 13 shark and ray species on the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species (CITES) included collaboration with Pew Charitable Trust, the Global Shark and Ray Initiative, and Project Seahorse.


Working to protect our environment and key species around the world

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