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John Kerry Oct 22
Glad to be in Oslo for and to see how what we began in 2014 is still going strong. The ocean crisis is urgent and the world must summon urgency equal to the challenge. A healthy ocean not only means a healthier planet but also countless jobs.
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Javier Bardem Oct 23
Weird to see the Norwegian government showing off its ocean credentials at , while undermining the Global Ocean Treaty at the UN. A strong treaty is the best hope for people + wildlife that depend on the seas.
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Department of State Oct 24
The U.S. announced $1.2B to support a healthy ocean and a sustainable at the Conference, demonstrating our commitment to promote sustainable fisheries, combat marine debris, & support marine science, observation, & exploration.
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Gaute Eiterjord Oct 22
Protest outside : Norway pretends to care for the health of our ocean while allowing millions of tons of toxic mining waste to be dumped into pristine fjords
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Marianne Hagen Oct 27
Thank you for coming back to for . A pleasure having you cooking in my kitchen👨🏼‍🍳
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Karen Sack Oct 24
‘You can’t protect the ocean without addressing climate change and you can’t address climate change without addressing the ocean. ‘ - ⁦
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Jane Lubchenco Oct 26
⁦Counting whales from space! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Dag Inge Ulstein Apr 8
Thank you, PM Bainimarama, for a warm welcome and excellent meeting. Norway and strong partners on . Hope to see you in Oslo in october
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EU Climate Action Oct 23
Our future depends on our 🌊 But they under threat. , and loss of can have a devastating impact on them. Follow 🔴 LIVE in Oslo 🇳🇴 and find out how we can act for our 👉🏼
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Rebekah Oomen Oct 23
The legendary opened events yesterday with A New Ocean Narrative: First: “The ocean is too big to break.” Then: “The ocean is too big to fix.” Now: “THE OCEAN IS TOO BIG TO IGNORE.” It has huge potential for solving climate & biodiversity crises.
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Eirik Lindebjerg Oct 23
Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide setting a new global treaty to combat marine plastic pollution as a top priority for Norway at press conference. Demonstrating important leadership in the growing global movement to
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Michel Kaiser Oct 24
⁩ gives brilliant keynote @ reminding the audience that the people who really depend on fish for their life and livelihood are not sat in the room, on whom failure of fisheries will have the hardest impact
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Jennifer Morgan Oct 23
Penelope Lea“Sharing is crucial. Climate justice means that if you are responsible for something you step up and take that responsibility. Norway is responsible for huge emissions and have been for years. Still we search for more oil further north than ever before”
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Norwegian UK Embassy Nov 20
🎉🎉🎉to Sir David Attenborough and BBC for the for Blue Planet II and tackling oceans plastic pollution. Norway wants a new global agreement to combat marine litter and microplastics by 2023
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Christian Leffler Oct 24
Proud to announce ambitious EU commitments for marine protection, oceans research and maritime security
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alister doyle Nov 12
Who is in charge of the high seas? my first story for ⁦⁩ thanks ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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AndrewJenksNZ Oct 24
NZ’s Minister for Pacific Peoples, Hon Aupito William Sio, speaking at Our Ocean 2019, Oslo, highlighting the importance of fishing to the livelihoods of Pacific Island Countries, and NZ’s contributions to conserve and develop this sector.
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Holly Branson Oct 26
“It’s time for business, civil society, government and science to come together and find new momentum to protect the ocean.” I absolutely agree with Dad on this. Collaboration is key -
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NorwayEU Oct 23
is live! 💦 Watch the conference here:
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Vulcan Inc. Oct 26
So what came out of ? Just $64B worth of commitment to clean up the world's seas. 🙌 Read more »
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