一翅都唔食 I’m FINished with FINS

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由野生救援, 世界自然基金會, 國家地理頻道 / NatGeo WILD 及護鯊行動聯合發起 “一翅都唔食” 行動正式在香港推行。香港是全球最大的魚翅消費者之一並是全球最大的魚翅貿易市場。

各組織希望通過是次活動再次向香港人強調鯊魚正面臨的威脅及可持續飼養模式可取代野生鯊魚的捕獵。同時也是對其他被捕撈的海產進行保育,平衡海洋生態環境。鯊魚的數目正不斷下降,並終有耗盡的一天,其他海產亦然。

加入 “一翅都唔食” 行列,以消費者力量去表明反對捕獵野生鯊魚的意願。只要更多人不再食用魚翅,魚翅需求降低便能夠拯救海洋生物及海洋生態。

網址:

– 更多有關   ”一翅都唔食” 活動 : https://www.sharksavers.org/en/our-programs/i-m-finished-with-fins/about

– 護鯊行動教育網頁: https://www.sharksavers.org/en/education/

– 更多有關 野生救援 的工作 : http://wildaid.org/sharks

– 更多有關 世界自然基金會 : http://www.wwf.org.hk/whatwedo/footprint/seafood/sharkfin_initiative/

– 世界自然基金會 鯊魚保育 – 常見問題 : http://www.wwf.org.hk/whatwedo/footprint/seafood/sharkfin_initiative/shark_faq/

資料來源: 護鯊行動

 

WildAid, WWF, National Geographic Channel / NatGeo WILD and SharkSavers are thrilled to band together to jointly launch the “I’m FINished” campaign here, because Hong Kong is one of the largest per capita consumers of shark fin soup in the world, and the number one trading hub for the global shark fin trade.

The mission of this campaign is to empower Hong Kongers, to educate and inform their circles of influence about the plight of sharks; that the unsustainable consumption of shark fin soup is responsible for the intense overfishing of sharks worldwide, destroying a critical link in the maintenance of healthy commercial fisheries and global marine ecosystems.

By saying “I’m FINished” with shark fin soup, individuals can reverse the shark fin consumption trend, not just in Hong Kong, but in Asia and the rest of the world. Together we can prevent the catastrophic collapse of shark populations worldwide, protect the health of our oceans, and ensure a brighter future for mankind.

Website:

– More about ”I’m FINished with Fins” campaign: https://www.sharksavers.org/en/our-programs/i-m-finished-with-fins/about

– Shark Savers’ Education page: https://www.sharksavers.org/en/education/

– More from WildAid: http://wildaid.org/sharks

– More from WWF: http://www.wwf.org.hk/whatwedo/footprint/seafood/sharkfin_initiative/

– WWF’s “Frequently Asked Questions” http://www.wwf.org.hk/whatwedo/footprint/seafood/sharkfin_initiative/shark_faq/

Source of information: Shark Savers

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