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Notes from the field


Hello to you all! The winter is here in a big way, the sea is raging on all fronts: high waves, beached ships, gas that has begun flowing through the pipes, a maritime planning policy issued, and a new list of natural assets signed by the minister. Before we could even reflect on the past decade, this month started full throttle.

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What happened during COP25?


2019 was a very significant year for me and for many other environmental activists, a year where we felt that the world was waking up, a year in which we were moved to see millions of citizens and civilians around the world taking to the streets to demand climate justice and a call to action.

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WeSea for Nature

The oceans and seas cover more than two-thirds of the Earth and are home to spectacular ecosystems and a wide variety of amazing creatures. The value of the marine world goes well beyond its beauty - it is a source of livelihood for many, regulates climate, produces half the oxygen we breathe, and even drives the water cycle to produce rainwater and drinking water.

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