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Tired Earth Sep 19
PREDICTING THE FUTURE OF PLASTIC POLLUTION AND WHY CLEANUP IS PART OF THE SOLUTION
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LIVEKINDLY Jun 15
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Richard Page Jun 10
Best thing for me on : Senegal joined & rejects all fishing licence applications from multinationals. “Today marks a milestone for the fights for economic and environmental justice in West Africa”, Ibrahima Cissé
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RiverCare&BeachCare Jun 26
Why does beautiful weather have to equal littered beaches? 😔 This video message we made for still holds strong: Please take litter home with you, and encourage others to do the same 💚🚮🌍
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All-Atlantic Ocean Research Community Sep 11
The 1st International Symposium on Human Health & the Ocean in a Changing World will be on 2-4 Dec 2020 in Monaco. In the All-Atlantic portal (2020 campaign), you can learn how the ocean affects human health and well-being:
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Herbiⓥore Jul 1
If you can live a healthy and happy life without killing why wouldn't you?
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Pacific Community Jun 15
A milestone has been reached by the & following the successful completion of an agreement between the two organisations for the exchange of maritime boundaries data
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Small Grants Program Jun 10
These coral will grow 25- 50X more than normal. One biologist in Belize is using innovative microfragmenting to save the world's largest living system. Coral coverage has ⏫ from -6% to +50% in 16 years in some parts:
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Oceanwire Jun 14
· Without the ocean to put the brakes on climate change, our planet would be roughly 11°C (20°F) warmer today, on average, than it’s been over the past century. The ocean has borne the brunt of human-induced climate change. RT
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Enterprise Europe Network 🇪🇺 Jul 8
Exactly one month ago we were celebrating 🌊 With the goals to be achieved, the 🇪🇺 strategy is a crucial part of the process 💙 Are you an working in ? Let us know how you 👉
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Luiz Rocha, PhD Jun 23
We turned our panel into , and it's next week! Check out dates/times and our incredible lineup of speakers including and more TBD!
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Jaida Elcock Jun 9
Also, this video previewed on the comedy show put on by and last night!! If you missed it, you should check it out!! Here’s the link:
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World Oceans Day Aug 26
ICYMI the 2020 annual report is live. Read about this year's digital impact, testimonials from youth leaders, and how sponsors are working to protect our blue planet:
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Tina Barton Jun 10
Check out the the links, conversations, tools, photography and recommendations from the Newsroom -with ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Bustaseed Jun 12
Think it's time to reassess the difference between human wants and needs. 55 species of fish are caught commercially. Do we really need that amount of choice? We need to cut down consumption of fish to reduce the overfishing of the seas.
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FISH_CGIAR Jun 29
How can we transition to a sustainable and just ocean economy? A new Blue Paper examines inequities in the distribution of ocean resources and makes recommendations to move towards ocean equality. 👉
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JR💚💤 Jul 18
Even though has passed, it is important we still share these and educate others. I learned something new today and this is it. 🌊💚
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Miss Delderfield Jun 11
A member of 6RD made this incredible themed desk tidy out of a recycled milk bottle! 🐠🌊
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Jacek Matysiak 🦛 Jun 22
This piece I did for last year is still one of my favorite commission works I've ever done. Marine world is such a vast source of inspiration.
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Annual Reviews Jun 13
“Bigger ocean waves affect the way sea ice forms…” Vernon Squire () investigates the impact of climate change on the formation of sea ice, and the cyclical relationship this has with wave height. 
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