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Lewis Pugh
Ocean advocate, swimmer, UN Patron of the Oceans.
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BBC Radio 4 Today 9h
Melting ice has opened up new transport routes in the Arctic but ships are in danger. reports for Watch ⬇️
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Massimo 12h
Have you ever seen lava entering the ocean from this very unique angle?
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Lewis Pugh Mar 24
Replying to @ProfTimNoakes
Thank you Coach! As you know, preparation doesn't guarantee success, but it certainly increases the odds.
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Speedo UK Mar 24
We love this photo from the swimmers at @brightonseaswimmers, part of the Brighton Swimming Club who have been around for over 150 years! Any other swimming clubs deserve a shout out? 🏊🙋 Photo of swimmer Izzy Roope by
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Lewis Pugh Mar 24
Sometimes it is worth taking a month to prepare for 5 minutes. This is how I made my Commonwealth Day address at Westminster Abbey count.
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HMS Protector Mar 23
Thought you’d appreciate a short (amateur!) video of our amazing encounter with . A pod of about 12 of them approached our ship and stayed with us for 45 minutes or more...and yes our sonars and thrusters were all off. 🌊🚢🇬🇧
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Lewis Pugh Mar 22
The Prince of Wales has announced the creation of a series of scholarships to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Commonwealth and in recognition of his own 70th birthday. Scholarships will be offered in subjects including sustainability, climate change and the blue economy.
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Lewis Pugh Mar 21
Replying to @emmacouldbemad
Precisely.
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Dr Richard Kirby Mar 20
Polluted plankton. A tangled plastic microfibre smaller than a copepod in my sample this week. A horror story at the very base of the marine food chain.
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Thomas Moore Mar 21
Aldabra. Dawn. Eggs laid, a green heaves her way back to the ocean.
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LewisPugh Foundation Mar 21
To think that just 3 years ago Gibraltar hosted one of the largest annual mass balloon releases in the world. Now they are leading the world in ocean conservation! 🐳👌
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Lewis Pugh Mar 21
More world-leading legislation from Gibraltar to protect wildlife from plastic pollution, and to protect our children’s future. 🇬🇮
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Qikiqtani Inuit Mar 19
ᐅᖃᐅᓯᓕᕆᓂᖅ Word of the day ᐅᐱᕐᖔᒃᑯᑦ ᓯᑯᒥ Upirngaakkut sikumi: On the Spring ice (Image: Mary Pudlat’s On Spring Ice)
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Joyce Msuya Mar 19
Marine protected areas are an important tool in conserving the biodiversity of the world’s oceans. Thanks to Patron of the Oceans for his tireless advocacy to .
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Lewis Pugh Mar 19
The trick is to make fear your friend. Fear forces you to prepare more rigorously and see potential problems quicker. Honoured to speak at the CIO Leadership Forum 2019 about leading teams in a high consequence environments.
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UN Environment Mar 19
Nominations are now open for the 's highest environmental honour - the Champions of the Earth Award! The categories are: 🔷 Policy leadership 🔷 Inspiration & action 🔷 Entrepreneurial vision 🔷 Science & innovation Nominate your here:
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Sylvia A. Earle Mar 18
What do you care about? Your health, security, the economy? Then you have to care what we are doing to the planet and in the ocean. With knowledge, there is hope.
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LewisPugh Foundation Mar 17
Endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh gave the reflection on at Westminster Abbey and issued a stark warning about the state of the world’s seas.
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Lewis Pugh Mar 18
Proud that my city has set this important target - with unanimous cross-party support. Climate change is the defining issue of our generation. And will completely shape the lives of our youth.
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John Simpson Mar 18
A King's College London team's report on environmental education in English secondary schools says as one of its main findings: '...given that climate change is arguably the biggest issue facing the planet, it is somewhat surprising how little curriculum time this topic receives'
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