Love Sharks 2021 Calendar

All sharks – bright and beautiful, great and small, weird and wonderful– we love them all. And this limited-edition Shark Trust calendar celebrates them in style. Read more

News Digest: August 2020

Introducing our weekly News Digest! Featuring a selection of the latest news stories and research on all things shark, skate and ray from around the world. Enjoy. Read more

Shark Focus Magazine (Issue 64) – Out Now!

In this issue we explore the power of collective action. Shining the light on all the ways supporters have been, and can be, involved in creating positive change for sharks. Read more

Fancy a Challenge?

Why not join us this Sunday for the 2.6 challenge? Raise a smile, raise your heart-rate and, possibly, raise some funds. #twopointsixchallenge Read more

Paul&Shark - New Corporate Patron

Paul&Shark become the latest company to sign up as Corporate Patrons of the Trust - supporting and promoting our work across the globe. Read more

Oyster Diving Pledge Support for Shark Trust

We welcome our latest Corporate Patrons, Oyster Diving, the multi-award winning PADI scuba dive school. Read more

Shark Focus Magazine (Issue 63) – Out Now!

The winter issue of our Member's Magazine is out now and this time we’re tackling one of the biggest questions in shark conservation… Read more

Big Wild Thought

We’re thrilled to be working with Big Wild Thought to further shark conservation. They've added two new shark designs (mako & hammerhead) to their clothing range to help raise funds for our work. Read more

18 Shark & Ray Species Granted New Global Trade Controls at Wildlife Conference

Makos, Wedgefishes, and Giant Guitarfishes listed under CITES with support from more than 100 countries. Read more

Shark Focus Magazine (Issue 62) – Out Now!

The summer issue of our Member's Magazine is out now and - thanks to a branding makeover - it’s looking sensational! Read more

Scientists Issue Grim Status Update on Atlantic Mako Sharks

A new report shows that the overfished North Atlantic Shortfin Mako Shark population is continuing to decline and needs not only immediate protection but several decades to recover. Read more

Full Protection for Angel Sharks in the Canary Islands

The Spanish Ministry of Ecological Transition has announced today that angel shark populations are fully protected in the Canary Islands, through inclusion on the Spanish Endangered Species List. Read more

Landings of Endangered Rays in Tunisia Denounced

Conservation groups are calling for answers and action in relation to the landing of Endangered Giant Devil Rays in Kelibia, Tunisia, in contravention of international agreements to protect the species. Read more

Initiative launched to Avert Crisis for Critically Endangered Mediterranean Angel Sharks

Just five days after the IUCN reconfirmed all three species of Mediterranean angel sharks are Critically Endangered, regional and international experts gathered together in Tunisia. Read more