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Mission Blue inspires action to explore and protect the ocean!
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Could seagrass be a key player in the fight against climate change? via
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We have a new Hope Spot! The Pangatalan Island Hope Spot in the Philippines highlights the profound impact that a small group of citizens can make when they seek to change the world. 💙🌊
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NOAA's Monterey Bay NMS Sep 18
🎂 🎉 Happy 27th anniversary of your ! One visit to the "Serengeti of the Sea" to experience the spectacular scenery & incredible wildlife, and you'll understand why is important to conserve & protect our national underwater parks.
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Mission Blue Sep 18
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The Coastal Waters of the Black River District Hope Spot is known for exquisite dive spots where a plunge beneath the waves may acquaint you with creatures like octopuses, dolphins, rays and turtles. Immerse yourself in this stunning spot in Ocean Stories!
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Mission Blue Sep 18
"The island of Mauritius is a blue treasure on Earth, and we must act on our knowledge to do what we can to protect it. People like Greet and the rest of the marine conservation community on Mauritius are a cause for hope!"
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Mission Blue Sep 18
At the New Zealand Coastal Waters Hope Spot, one of the rarest dolphins in the world, the Hector's and Maui dolphins, are under threat. A new government plan falls short of providing enough protection for these cetaceans. via
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Mission Blue Sep 17
The Balearic Islands Hope Spot includes Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, and is located in the middle of the western Mediterranean. 11 species of cetaceans have been identified in its waters, including fin whales, striped dolphins, and sperm whales. 📸: NOAA
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Mission Blue Sep 17
Seamounts, like the California Seamounts Hope Spot, are crucial to ocean health. via
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PADI Sep 16
"Misool represents one of the most pristine reef systems left on earth..." Learn more about this hope spot.
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Mission Blue Sep 16
"The great thing about dreams - they never stop. The great thing about exploration—it’s never over."
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Oceano Azul Foundation Sep 15
“We did not know it at the time but we changed the temperature, the chemistry, and diminished life, thinking the world was too big to fail. Except now we know, we have evidence.” O FUTURO DO PLANETA
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Oceano Azul Foundation Sep 15
“Now, we are just at the early stage of getting the public at large to go deeper than where divers go. We‘re at a very exciting time. When you think about the potential we have, armed with knowledge that we did not have before.” - O FUTURO DO PLANETA
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Sylvia A. Earle Sep 9
The natural world shapes this planet in ways that make our existence possible.
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Mission Blue Sep 15
In the deep sea, the ability to produce your own light can come in handy. 💡 via
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Mission Blue Sep 15
Tune in to a tour of Hope Spot Hatteras - home of a famous lighthouse, sharks, sea turtles, and much more!
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Mission Blue Sep 14
Climate change is a tough, but important, topic to talk about. The way our brains are wired may add to the discussion difficulty level. via
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Mission Blue Sep 14
Splash into one of our newest Hope Spots, and 's childhood home: the Florida Gulf Coast! via
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Pew Environment Sep 14
: The Revillagigedo Archipelago is North America’s largest fully protected marine reserve and home to 366 species of fish—26 of which are found nowhere else—sharks, whales, and sea turtles
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Mission Blue Sep 13
A big blue welcome to our newest Hope Spot, the Coastal Waters of the Black River District in Mauritius! This Hope Spot is home to fringing reefs, abundant wildlife, and an ocean community dedicated to protecting its marine habitats.
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Mission Blue Sep 12
Palau, Tonga, and the Channel Islands are just some of the spots that need to be on your diving bucket list! via
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