- Tuesday, 13 November 2018
Guided by a sperm whale, Operation SISO 2018 finishes with 130 km of illegal FADs (Fishing aggregating devices) removed from the sea. Commentary by Director of Sea Shepherd Italia, Andrea Morello.
Read more: Operation Siso: 130km of illegal fishing gear removed from the sea
- Thursday, 08 November 2018
Apex Harmony continues to bring transparency to the Queensland Shark Control Program (QSCP) despite current moves by the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries to introduce a 20m exclusion zone around their culling equipment – the shark nets and drumlines installed off Queensland’s beaches.
Read more: Apex Harmony uncovers cruelty in the Queensland Shark Control Program
- Thursday, 30 August 2018
Just over a month ago now, the M/Y Steve Irwin departed our ship's Operation Base in Seaworks, Williamstown, as part of the Stop Adani Alliance, in opposition of one of the word's largest proposed coal mines - the Adani Carmichael mine - in defence of the Great Barrier Reef. Our Managing Director, Jeff Hansen, writes his reflections on the recent campaign.
Read more: Reflections on Operation Reef Defence by Jeff Hansen
- Thursday, 09 August 2018
Our founder, Captain Paul Watson, has also rebutted out of touch claims by the Australian coal industry who think Sea Shepherd are "hypocrites" for using the M/Y Steve Irwin to oppose the destruction of the Great Barrier Reef on Operation Reef Defence.
Read more: Captain Paul Watson: One On One with World Coal
- Monday, 16 July 2018
Australians love their coasts and are one of the most passionate defenders of whales on the planet. Any suggestions by Kristjan Loftsson to hunt, kill and eat Humpbacks to "keep the balance" are absurd.
Read more: Australia is not interested in going back to the dark ages and kill whales to 'keep the balance'
- Friday, 11 May 2018
Commentary by Natalie Banks – Apex Harmony Chief Advisor:
The reaction to shark incidents in Australia is baffling and in most cases frightening to watch, as communities and those speaking loud enough, go through various stages of reactionary measures, from confusion and shock, sadness and loss, to anger and revenge, but never moving on to the final stage of acceptance.
Read more: Australians Have Lost The Plot When It Comes To Sharks
- Friday, 27 April 2018
The first sighting of migrating Humpback whales off Fingal Head last Thursday, April 19 has raised concerns regarding the shark nets off Northern New South Wales beaches which have not been removed.
Read more: Migrating Whales at Risk While Northern NSW Shark Nets Remain In
- Thursday, 15 March 2018
In February 2016, Sea Shepherd Australia announced a campaign dedicated to combatting and raising awareness of the global catastrophe that is plastic pollution in our seas. Two years on and the Sea Shepherd Marine Debris Campaign in Australia has gone from strength to strength, proving to the world that plastic pollution is a problem worth addressing for the greater good of our oceans and its inhabitants
Read more: Over 1 million marine debris collected by Sea Shepherd in 2 years!