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Securing our food now and into the future

wealth of the sea
WEALTH OF THE SEA. An undated handout picture made available by Australia’s James Cook University (JCU) on 31 January 2016 shows marine life in the Great Barrier Reef, in the Coral Sea, off the coast of Queensland, Australia. File/James Cook University

‘It’s about time to protect the oceans’

April 11, 2017 — Oceans mean the whole world.

They provide us food. They offer shelter to many species that enable life to exist on earth. They protect us from the impacts of climate change. Continue reading Securing our food now and into the future

World’s largest marine protected area established off Antarctica

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A group of Adeli Penguins are seen here in the Antarctic sea ice of the Southern Ocean

Today, the largest marine protected area in the world was created in the Ross Sea, off the coast of Antarctica. This is a HUGE victory for the whales, penguins, and toothfish that live there and for the millions of people standing up to protect our oceans.

October 28, 2016 — For years, Greenpeace has campaigned for protection of the Ross Sea at CCAMLR, the international body responsible for stewardship of Antarctic waters. Each year, Greenpeace, the Antarctic Ocean Alliance, and millions of people Continue reading World’s largest marine protected area established off Antarctica