The Marine Life Donor Act was passed in 2016, and is aimed at protecting marine life around the world.
The act gives marine life a greater role in our ecosystem by providing an additional $1 billion annually for research, development, conservation and recovery.
Currently, the act allows for $10 million for research and development in the first five years of operation.
In 2017, the law was expanded to cover all marine life species, with an additional donation of $5 million annually.
In 2019, it was expanded further to include all marine species, up to $100 million.
The law also makes a commitment to donate all donated marine life to marine sanctuaries.
The United States currently has no marine life donation laws.
More info about the Marine Lifeline: The Marine Life Fund: What is the marine life fund?
It’s an annual funding round for marine conservation efforts around the globe.
The funds come from donations from the public, corporations, governments and individuals.
For more information, visit the Marine Fund website.
What are the regulations for donating marine life?
The Marine Lifetip Act states that no person or corporation can be considered a donor if they knowingly, intentionally or negligently provide or offer a benefit to a person or a corporation, or to any other person, or if they have received or intend to receive any monetary benefit, other than a payment, in consideration for the provision or provision of a benefit.
For example, an employer can not be considered to have received a benefit from a marine life donor if the employer had any role in providing the marine species with food, shelter or medical care.
If you have questions about marine life donations or are concerned about the law, please contact your state or local marine life organization.
The Marine Safety Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps marine conservation organizations by collecting and disseminating data on the ocean.
If you have an issue with a donation or donation request, you can contact them through their website at marinesafety.org.