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SAVE PHILIPPINE SEAS

Save Philippine Seas began as an online platform in May 2011 as a response to a large-scale illegal wildlife trade case dubbed in the media as the “rape of the Philippine Seas.” What was meant to be a temporary campaign evolved into a movement: in August 2012, SPS embarked on its first community-based initiative in Malapascua Island, Cebu, called the Shark Shelter Project, and in 2013, SPS became a registered non-stock, non-profit organization, with the legal name Philippine Seatizens, Inc. 

SPS aims to protect the country’s rich but threatened marine and coastal resources through information, education, and communication activities and community-based projects.

To learn more about Save Philippine Seas, visit their official website at http://www.savephilippineseas.org
Proceeds from this collaborative partnership will benefit non-profit organization, Save Philippine Seas.