“Our mission is to defend and protect marine life and habitat”
Sea Shepherd’s mission is to fight against the destruction of marine life and habitat as a whole…. Since 1977, we have been using innovative direct action strategies to defend, conserve and protect the fragile biodiversity of our seas and oceans, and to enforce international conservation laws that are too often flouted. »
Animal protection has always been at the heart of my concerns. As a child, I made a promise to myself as an adult to get involved in one way or another in this cause.
The hour is serious. We human beings are destroying the ecosystem that welcomed us and that allows life on earth.
« They’ll tell you how you could have let this happen. No matter how hard you defend yourself, no matter how low you explain it, it’s not my fault, it’s the elders’ fault, but there’ll be no one left to wash your hands. »
What if we realised that we all have a role to play on this planet?
We have to have this deep conviction that every morning we can do better.
It starts by changing our diet, eating seasonal fruit and vegetables, sorting our waste, saving water, saving plastic, and talking about it to convince other people.
This is just a matter of habit. Common sense.
Following the launch of Sea Shepherd Dive France in 2017, we have therefore decided to become a sympathetic centre and to contribute each year to “defend those who are defenceless”.
We guarantee :
- a wooden, plastic-free center
- the sorting and composting of our waste
- a dry toilet
- the use of rinsing tanks
- the use of water bottles on the boat
- the setting up of fixed moorings on each of our dive sites
- raising awareness of the marine environment among our divers
- participation in the “Dive Impact” project led by Stareso (Oceanographic and Underwater Research Station) to assess the impact of divers on fauna and flora.
- the interventions of Sbulecamare (association on the preservation of biodiversity) within our club
- a fish debriefing after each initiation in order to make the new diver aware of the new diving techniques.
Don’t hesitate to participate, by making a donation, on the site Sea Sheperd website.
They need us. We need them.