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At least
100 million
sharks are killed yearly
Out of the great sharks
97% killed
during the last 30 years
On Faroe Islands
1 000
Dolphins killed yearly

Our apex sharks species such as the bull, tiger, white, blue and hammerhead sharks are facing extinction with a staggering 97 percent decline in the last 3 decades. Due to the shark-fining tragedy, we humans have managed to literally wipe out some shark species  Read more…

Our apex sharks species such as the bull, tiger, white, blue and hammerhead sharks are facing extinction with a staggering 97 percent decline in the last 3 decades. Due to the shark-fining tragedy, we humans have managed to literally wipe out some shark species that roamed our oceans millions of years before the dinosaurs. Shockingly it only took us 30 years.

“Save The Ocean 2017″,  the ocean is suffering due to Co2 and enormous amounts of plastic pollution “Ghost Nets” and chemicals. On top of that, the rising number of continuous killing done to our Dolphins, Whales, Turtles, Sharks increases with every passing year. 100 million Sharks were killed during 2013 for soup!

The Sharks in general are widely misunderstood. Movies like Jaws and the likes of are making people afraid of sharks and helping to spread fear among the public. Sharks sell, not for what they are: an extraordinary link in our marine ecosystem, but as a predator feasting on human flesh, a very sad fabrication of the truth. More effort needs to be put in place in order to change the misconception surrounding sharks.

Our ambition during 2017 is to increase the awareness around the on-going extinction of the ocean habitat and stop the on-going pollution. Please join our ambition to create The Perfect World.

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TPWF – An international organization

The Perfect World Foundation (TPWF) is an international organization, which aims to support animal and natural areas in a crisis. In order to succeed, the organization’s goal is to get as many people … Continued

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Sick whale had 30 plastic bags in its stomach – we must act!

Researchers found stacks of plastic bags in the stomach of a sick whale at Sotra island in western Norway. The sick whale, a Cuvier’s beaked whale, beached in shallow water off Sotra this weekend and … Continued

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Huge decrease of Krill in Antarctic Waters

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Antartica Marine Reserve of 1.6 million Square Miles

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The Perfect World Foundation support the Nile crocodile in the Okavango Delta

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The Perfect World Launches “Save The Ocean” on the Swedish west coast

The Perfect World Foundation adds “blue” to the work to save the “green”. Dr Sylvia Earle said “our planet contains 70% water, so why do we call it earth”?. Every year more than 100 million sharks are … Continued

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Energy, knowledge and inspiration, The Perfect Ambassador!

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Meet Paul de Gelder our new ambassador

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Business as usual is no longer an option, the ocean is dying!

  “The Oceans Is Dying” says Dr. Sylvia Earl. The Perfect World Foundation will meet with Dr. Sylvia Earl, in San Fransisco early 2015,  to find out what could be do to stop the increase of “dead … Continued

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Stop the shark finning!

Every year tens of millions of sharks die a slow death because of finning. Finning is the inhumane practice of hacking off the shark’s fins and throwing its still living body back into the sea. The sh … Continued

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Australians protest at plans to kill sharks in Perth

Thousands of people have been taking part in protests in Australia over a plan to kill large sharks. The Western Australia government is set to install baited hooks off Perth’s popular beaches in resp … Continued

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