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Deutsche Stiftung Meeresschutz


German Foundation for Marine Protection

Badstr.4, 81379 Munich, Germany; Brandgasse 4, 41460 Neuss, Germany

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Marine conservation, Protection of marine life, Fundraising to support conservation, Coastal ecosystems restoration, eDNA-Studies, Sharks, Marine conservation awareness and education, Plastic pollution, Marine pollution, Seagrass, Turtles, Cetaceans, Coral reef restoration


The German Foundation for Marine Conservation is a group of committed animal welfare and nature conservation advocates, who fight for the protection of threatened marine animals and the preservation of marine habitats. They support and carry out projects, campaigns, and initiatives aimed at conserving marine life. This includes marine & nature conservation; animal welfare; science and research; and development cooperation. Since 2022 they have had a long term eDNA Project on Fiji-Island to identify habitats of guitarfish species and of young bullsharks. They support projects to protect sharks, rays, sea turtles and marine mammals, restoration of coral reefs and seagrass beds, for sustainable fishing and ocean cleanups. Their educational and awareness-raising work aims at anchoring the importance of marine conservation in people's minds and actions. LinkedIn address:

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