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About OceanCare

OceanCare is committed to marine wildlife protection. Since 2011 with Special Consultative Status on marine issues with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.

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It’s only thanks to the generous support by people like you that we can protect the habitat of marine wildlife.

Plastic debris in the oceans

Plastic waste poisons marine animals, blocks their intestines or strangles them to death. The edutainment video “Plastic debris in the oceans” puts the cause and consequence of the plastic and microplastic issue in a nutshell. Did you know that 80% of marine plastic debris is land-based and finds its way via wind and rivers to the oceans? We urgently need to rethink our daily handling of plastics: reduce, remove, recycle!

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Connect to protect wild animals

OceanCare attends CMS COP13 from 15 – 22 February 2020, Gandhinagar, India: Our team has been working hard in Indie to improve the situation of many marine species, but also for structural reforms within the Agreement.

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New research findings emphasise the call for quieter oceans

Actually, we don’t need any more studies to prove that underwater noise has a negative impact on whales, but new research underscores the already loud call for quieter oceans. Two current studies look into the effects of noise on beaked whales and minke whales. Beaked...

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UN Conference starts in India to protect wild animals

Civil Society needs to play a more significant role in international decision-making to avert devastating species loss Wädenswil/Gandhinagar, 16th February 2020: From 17th to 22nd February 2020, around 2.500 Delegates from 130 states, intergovernmental organisations...

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