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UBS Jul 17
By 2050, there could be more plastic than fish in the sea, if nothing changes. Explore how investors can help prevent this in our report:
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Anja Hoffmann Jul 13
90% of large fish in the have disappeared in the last 50 years 😓 mt
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SDG Bergen Jul 15
“In an era when countries have turned to their own interests, we need to create shared visions. Ours is the Ocean” said . @FijiThomson argued for partnerships betw leading Ocean universities & PSIDS countries at side event Ocean & Development
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Jess.Manhiça🇲🇿 Jul 19
Over three billion people depend on marine and coastal biodiversity for their livelihoods. However, today we are seeing 30 percent of the world’s fish stocks overexploited, reaching below the level at which they can produce sustainable yields.
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Nairobi Convention Jul 17
5 astonishing statistics that show how urgently we need to save our ocean from : 90% of large fish in the ocean have disappeared in the past 50 years alone.
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Larry Swatuk Jul 19
Great half day of environmental education with David Harris of Cape Breton Biosphere Reserve and McKenna Fellows ⁦
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Jens Kruger 18h
Did you know that, excluding PNG, 90% of Pacific Islanders live within 5km of the coast? Understanding population distribution along coastal areas is crucial information for implementing and informing the
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WeLoveU Foundation East Coast Region Jul 17
Here are some of the targets for : - Reduce Marine Pollution - Reduce Ocean Acidification - Protect Ecosystems
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Lucky Star Jul 18
Just touched down at Hout Bay beach with Captain Fanplastic & 140 Kronendal Primary school learners for our with a lifelong impact! Our spirits are high and our enthusiasm to make a difference is at Madiba level.
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Global Leadership Academy Jul 18
Scientists have proposed drastic action to stop the West Antarctic ice sheet from collapsing. Some say it is not feasible, others say eco systems are at risk. The what do you think about this kind of ?
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Peter Thomson Jul 16
Productive meeting in NY today with Exec Sec Armida Alisjahbana re Asia-Pacific region's engagement with - tackling IUU fishing, marine pollution, and the effects of greenhouse gas emissions ( warming, deoygenation & acidification).
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Robert Sluka Jul 15
Windy day at Den Haag, Netherlands. Learning about the work is doing in this area and preparing for a Sept beach clean as part of the global A Rocha family's contribution to the International Coastal Cleanup.
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Eco-SchoolsGH 22h
Magic is when you clean the beach together with and to save the , and the turtles come to greet you!
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SDG Bergen Jul 20
Ocean Science Decade is the chance to put in place a complete and sustainable observing system & feed the resulting data into a science-based informed decision-making system, say (📷) & marine scientists. 🐟🌊
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NYCI Jul 19
Interested in the Atlantic Ocean? Want to learn about the & new skills to communicate about & take action on ? Want to work with like-minded young people in Europe & beyond? Check out this amazing opportunity! Apply: July 25th
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James Nikitine Jul 18
Getting ready to head to Nouméa for first regional consultation - looking forward to seeing you all there! 🐬🤙🏻
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Eco-SchoolsGH Jul 18
On Saturday we are saving by cleaning their hatching beach in Prampram in collaboration with and come join us!
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Rafiodice Jul 17
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FisheriesAquaculture Jul 17
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Sahara Group Jul 16
Our oceans are constantly being polluted with plastic wastes that last for centuries before they biodegrade. The effect of this is growing and threatening the life below water.
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