The most persecuted animals in the ocean?

Author William McKeever visits a shark tournament. Sharks are dragged for hours on a rod and reel. They are pulled behind speeding boats and tortured...

Fish aren’t food, they’re marine wildlife

Why are marine conservation organisations encouraging people to eat ocean wildlife? The Good Fish Guide, the Sustainable Seafood Guide, Seafood Watch, most well-known marine conservation...

Fatboy Slim joins protest against Faroe whale slaughter

Following a campaign by Blue Planet Society Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim is the latest music star to take action against the slaughter of...

Saving sharks by targeting shark tournament sponsors

Blue Planet Society have been campaigning against shark tournaments for many years. Our first objective was to remove the funding that makes these events...

Join the fight to stop whaling

Blue Planet Society are urging Japan to cease whaling and rejoin the International Whaling Commission. We will be officially protesting the Rugby World Cup...

Red Nose Day to remove balloons from fundraising packs

Following a social media campaign by Blue Planet Society and Just One Ocean, Comic Relief director Emma Freud announced on Twitter on Tuesday that...

Join the battle to protect endangered bluefin tuna

Please join our campaign to make UK waters a safe place for these iconic animals with our brand new Protect Bluefin Tuna...

Atlantic bluefin tuna: the forgotten superpredator

We would expect that a huge, charismatic, and ecologically important predator would be celebrated in its own...