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BlueMarineFoundation Apr 3
By today, a treaty should have been signed as a result of the UN negotiations. Instead, the negotiations have been postponed and no progress has been made. We must not forget about our and the need for a High Seas Treaty during this time.
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Duncan Currie Apr 4
We need MPAs to do this but this report shows there is hope for the ocean if we act quickly and effectively.
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Jane Lubchenco Apr 4
Excellent, wide-ranging, substantive summary by @JeffGoddell of climate-related ocean changes underway & why it is imperative to address them.
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Richard Page Apr 7
As we increasingly realise, during the pandemic, that separating human health from environmental health is a “dangerous delusion”, let us not forget the & its role in regulating the , ensuring food security etc.
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High Seas Alliance Apr 3
Our makes life on Earth possible & bringing it under the protection of international law should remain a priority. Let’s keep working together to ensure that is the biggest moment for the , resulting in a strong treaty when it goes ahead!
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Meg Caldwell Apr 3
On the cover of Rolling Stone (almost)!
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rosie_c9 Apr 3
Feeling all the 💙today as I hang up my coordinator hat. Such an incredible range of ocean gifs over there today too. Thanks so much to all of the CoLAB community for making this job such a pleasure
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Benioff Ocean Initiative Apr 7
The high seas are our last global commons & essential to life on earth. As the UN weighs a groundbreaking treaty, we crunched 22 billion data points to identify hotspots of biodiversity deserving of protection on the high seas
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CANARI Caribbean 3h
Check out these highlights >><< of Guyanese stakeholder perspectives on the Agreement for conservation & sustainable use of marine biological diversity in international waters.
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Pew Environment 2h
Promising: “UN member countries are close to finalizing a treaty that would bring much-needed protections to the high seas.”— and our .
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LizKaran Apr 1
New report shows how a patchwork of organizations currently governs our international waters—leaving vital areas at risk. A high seas treaty would allow marine protected areas beyond national jurisdiction via
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High Seas Alliance Apr 1
The represent 2/3 of our , but only around 1% is protected. Pew’s report illustrates how a High Seas treaty would safeguard international waters – including 10 potential marine protected areas. via
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Friends of Ocean Action Apr 2
Today announce the Virtual Ocean Dialogues: an online global event on 1-5 June to maintain momentum & connect communities for . Watch out for topics, speakers & registration details soon! +
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Sophie Hulme Apr 1
Wow what a read! Please take the time - too many great lines, concepts, ideas and thoughts to highlight in a tweet
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savingoceans 9h
World's are capturing twice as much as previously thought thanks to microscopic carbon-loving that float down to the depths, study claims, via
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Sian Owen Apr 3
New Zealand leadership on good governance re: .
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Mel dawson Apr 5
Is Nature Reclaiming Lost Space? 'We might feel happy when wildlife & environment thrive, but we must understand the 'environment' is a much wider concept which has so many components..wetlands, marine life, forests, local communities.'
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savingoceans 6h
Otherworldly, 150-foot-long string-like spotted in is made up of "millions of interconnected clones", via -Sea
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DSCC Apr 3
BREAKING: Today Kiwis Against Seabed Mining and hailed the decision by the New Zealand Court of Appeal denying Trans-Tasman Resources (TTR) permission to mine the South Taranaki Bight as a victory for the .
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Yachting Pages Media Group Apr 2
We need to use digital tools to keep conversations flowing 🌍
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