Globally, the Sea Shepherd movement now has more ongoing campaigns than ever before, defending turtles, dolphins, seals, whales, fish, birds, krill, and so many other species threatened by illegal activities.
What Sea Shepherd does is not easy, nor is it everyone's cup of tea. Sea Shepherd acts and intervenes to uphold international conservation law where nations lack the political or economic will to do so. Sea Shepherd entities operate in total on no more than five percent of the budget of Greenpeace, yet Sea Shepherd has more ships and more volunteers stationed at sea and on the beaches of the world. Sea Shepherd simply does more with less because of assets more important than money - passion, courage, patience, imagination, and resolve.