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Healthy oceans for a healthy planet

Covid-19, a string of letters and numbers none of us had heard of a few months ago, and yet now almost everyone on the planet has them ingrained on their minds. Livelihoods, families, societies, all have been radically changed in a relatively short space of time. Jobs...

Making an educated choice

Only 50 years ago, humans started to realize that we have an effect on our planet. Since then, scientists, policymakers, NGOs and activists have been trying to push people towards change, trying to open our eyes to the fact that mother nature might not be as resilient...

Spain must co-Lead post-pandemic green economy recovery

In June 2018, a breath of fresh air came into the Spanish politics, an air, for the first time in many years, with a sweet green aroma. The new government, chaired by the Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez (PSOE, social-democrats), placed the fight against climate change...

Green New Human

Individuals aware of the climate and ecological breakdown Some months ago, OceanCare encouraged me to experiment freely with alternative ways of communicating some of the lessons I learned during my career as a marine conservation biologist. I came up with a set of...

Less ocean noise as a contribution to climate protection

Next Monday, 23 September 2019, hundreds of government representatives, diplomats, representatives of multilateral agreements and organisations, the private sector and civil society will gather in New York on the occasion of the Climate Action Summit convened by UN...