We are honoured to produce a legacy scarf for the Rob Stewart Sharkwater Foundation!
This one-of-a-kind scarf features an image of a Hammerhead shark by the late conservationist Rob Stewart.
The scarves are sustainably produced in Vancouver, BC and are made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic. Each scarf diverts three bottles from the waste stream!
Rob Stewart Sharkwater Foundation
Learn more about the RSSF. The following is taken directly from their website:
The Rob Stewart Sharkwater Foundation is committed to protecting sharks, our ecosystems and our oceans. Our Fin-Free and Shark Free campaigns bring awareness to issues facing sharks and oceans and inspire action. Rob believed that one person can make a difference and together we can bring positive change: “Conservation is the preservation of human life on earth. And that, above all else is worth fighting for.” Our mission is to create the tools required to engage others in educating our communities worldwide.
Rob Stewart (1979 – 2017)
Rob was a biologist, conservationist, activist, and filmmaker. Born in 1979, Rob dedicated his life to conservation, saying, “Conservation is the preservation of human life on earth. And that, above all else is worth fighting for.”
His greatest impact was through his three films – Sharkwater, Revolution, and Sharkwater Extinction – as well as his books and the millions of supporters that carry on his mission worldwide. Rob was born and raised in Toronto, Canada and he began photographing the underwater when he was 13. By the age of 18, he became a scuba instructor and then moved on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Rob was the first to bring the devastating issue of shark finning for shark fin soup to the world stage. Sharkwater continues to change laws and public policy throughout the world and created hundreds of shark conservation groups.