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Enric Sala
National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence
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Wyss Campaign for Nature Feb 14
“When we give space to nature, she comes back spectacularly” –
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NatGeo Pristine Seas Feb 14
Here's a snap from our 2016 expedition to the Revillagigedo Islands, now a marine reserve home to sharks, manta rays, tuna, humpback whales, sea turtles and more. 🐋🐢🐟 📷:
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Kirsten Weymouth Feb 7
We need to commit to protecting at least 30% of the planet by 2030 says
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World Economic Forum Jan 31
What the mighty mangrove tells us about our broken relationship with nature
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Global Fishing Watch Jan 31
Peruvian artisanal fishing vessels are now visible in our fishing activity map, with more to come this spring! Congratulations to Peru for making these vessels trackable.
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National Geographic Jan 31
“The planet is like a bank account where every living thing pays in deposits, but we are the one species that keeps withdrawing funds.” on why we need to protect 30% of the planet by 2030. via
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Enric Sala Jan 31
What the mighty mangrove tells us about our broken relationship with nature
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Wyss Campaign for Nature Jan 30
“As biodiversity loss has become one of the defining threats to our civilization, we must lead where others have lagged in the past.” - via .
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UN Biodiversity Jan 30
“We need to invest in before our account goes even deeper into the red.” This year's UN Biodiversity Conference, , presents an opportunity to balance our account with , Explorer writes in .
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NatGeo Pristine Seas Jan 28
Giant clams: ✔ provide nurseries for fish ✔ clean water via filter feeding ✔ help build reefs Despite their importance, they're poached for their shells. Protected areas ensure a future for giant clams and all the species that depend on them 📷
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BlueMarineFoundation Jan 23
"It’s like we’re trying to make as much money as possible in the casino of the Titanic. After hitting the iceberg" -
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Enric Sala Jan 24
I just signed the ’s petition calling on world leaders to commit to protecting 30% of the planet by 2030. Now it’s your turn! Add your name and let’s restore nature together!
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adn40 Jan 24
Hemos llegado al momento de crisis de nuestra civilización debido al : , Dir. Global Conservación Biodiversidad , habla sobre la conservación de la biodiversidad en la agenda económica. con y
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BlueMarineFoundation Jan 23
"On average the biomass of fish inside fully protected areas is 6 times greater than in fished areas nearby. And because the fish inside these parks are larger they produce a larger number of eggs which helps to replenish the fishing areas" - at
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José Andrés Jan 21
I have a long way to go....but slowly my underwater photography is becoming something I can show! Thanks to my friends , fellow scuba divers and teachers all this years
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Friends of Ocean Action Jan 23
"We are acting as though we’re trying to make money in the Titanic casino, after it has hit the iceberg. We must urgently protect 30% of the by 2030." ~ in session on what's at stake for the ocean & how we can restore it. +
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National Geographic Jan 19
Antarctica was first discovered in 1840. In January of 2019, our team went to the Antarctic Peninsula. In partnership with the governments of Chile and Argentina, they conducted a scientific expedition to explore the unique biodiversity of this wild ocean.
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InsideClimate News Jan 19
An ambitious UN proposal calls for protecting 30% of the planet by 2030 to halt species extinctions and slow global warming. But marine ecologist says the plan doesn’t go far enough. “We need half of the planet in a natural state," he said.
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Enric Sala Jan 16
Today’s statement by the EU — willing to lead the global effort to safeguard biodiversity and protect at least 30% of our planet by 2030— is a major step toward securing the future of life on Earth
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InsideClimate News Jan 16
A new UN proposal calls for protecting a third of the planet to stave off a sixth mass extinction and slow global warming. "We will prevent massive extinction of species and the collapse of our life support system," said marine ecologist .
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