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Sea Shepherd gGmbH

Reeder-Bischoff-Str. 32, 28757 Bremen

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Marine conservation in action
Sea Shepherd is an international, non-profit organization dedicated to protecting biodiversity and marine ecosystems. We use innovative Direct Action tactics to investigate, document, and intervene when necessary to stop illegal activities at sea and on land. A key focus of our international campaigning work is the fight against illegal, unregulated and undocumented (IUU) fishing, which has become one of the biggest threats to the biodiversity of our seas. Through our work, we end poaching, ensure that conservation laws are respected, and prevent the destruction and exploitation of marine habitats. Our goal is to protect and preserve our oceans for future generations.

Captain Paul Watson once said, "It takes a pirate to stop a pirate."

An exclamation that still inspires many Sea Shepherd supporters today. We are resolute in our actions and take bold action when marine animals are in need. Our focus is not on human interests, but on our clients: Whales, dolphins, seals, sharks, seabirds, sea turtles, fish and all other marine life and their habitats.

However, despite all claims, we do not break laws, we uphold them! Our primary mandate is to enforce laws outlined in the United Nations World Charter for Nature. Sea Shepherd invokes Section 21 as a guideline for action, to which the environmental organization is committed in terms of international environmental laws. In addition, numerous multinational agreements on species and marine conservation form the basis of our work.

Our Direct Actions exclusively target illegal activities to ensure the upholding of marine conservation laws when state executives fail to act due to lack of political will or insufficient economic resources.

On the high seas, far from the eyes of international authorities, conservation laws often exist only on paper. With impunity, poachers plunder our oceans, disregard marine protected areas, and evade scrutiny over catch quotas, bycatch, or conservation violations. Sea Shepherd seeks to close these law enforcement gaps.

We work with law enforcement agencies like INTERPOL and governments around the world to stop crimes against the oceans and their inhabitants and bring poachers to justice.

"There is always a lot of talk about protecting our ecosystems and species, but this is an organization that puts those words into action." (Robert William "Bob" Barker)