Would like to thank the Local Government of Moalboal for their continued support of marine conservation.
We would like to urge the Moalboal Local Government to sign an ordinance creating the first Shark Sanctuary in the Visayan area in the Philippines. This will give sharks a fighting chance to grow in numbers and will also create a new tourist attraction in the area
Stop all catching of sharks in municipal waters
Support a Shark Conservation Awareness Program to educate tourists and residents of the importance of these beautiful animals to the eco-system
Ban the sale of shark meat, oil, teeth, fins and jaws throughout the municipality
Publicise the Shark Sanctuary both nationally and internationally so as to create awareness of Moalboal's special role in marine conservation
Thank you for your kind attention. We hope that together we can work together to Give Sharks a Fighting Chance in Moalboal, Cebu.
Sign up today to show you support for the first Shark Sanctuary in the Visayan area of the Philippines
The local government of Moalboal has long supported marine conservation. Most fish and coral species flourish on Moalboal's beautiful reefs and their populations continue to grow. However, sharks have been over-fished and now just a handful remain. Without protection these important and beautiful animals will soon disappear
By adding your voice we can help the Local Government in making the decision to declare all of Moalboal a Shark Sanctuary
Yes to the first Shark Sanctuary in Visayan area in the Philippines
Yes to a Shark Conservation Awareness Program
No to catching of sharks in all municipal waters
No sale of shark meat or fins in local markets
No sale of shark oil, teeth or jaws
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