Asking Questions, Getting Answers

The Shark Conservation Society seeks to further conservation through research expeditions and campaigns based on fact and practical experience, and to promote best practice when interaction with sharks is necessary.

Since 2003 the Society's forerunner, Richard Peirce Shark Conservation (RPSC), has run a number of expeditions all of which have achieved significant successes in securing real conservation measures.

Volunteers performing research on behalf of the Shark Conservation Society
Volunteers performing research on behalf of the Shark Conservation Society
April 22, 2013

A Short Time Dying

Dateline 22nd April 2013.

Copies of the new SCS film 'A Short Time Dying' (28 mins - Bahrain expedition) will be sent next week (26th) to volunteers who were on the expedition. The film will have its first public showing at "Dive Night" (Lighthouse Events) at Trinity Buoy Wharf, London on May 14th.

The film will then be viewable on the website in the Bahrain R...

Working To Protect Sharks Across The Globe

Following research and proposals submitted by SCS, the Qatar government in 2010 issued a decree giving total protection for the Green Sawfish in Qatari waters.


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