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Healthy Ocean Project featured at AC Events in Venice

The America’s Cup Healthy Ocean Project, with Dr. Earle as global ambassador, is continuing to gain momentum as the World Series races make their way around the globe. Currently racing is underway in the spectacular venue of Venice, Italy, and partners IUCN and Sailors for the Sea are there to share the mission of the Healthy Ocean Project with thousands of spectators attending the races. On the local front in San Francisco, partners are gearing up for World Series events in August and October of this year – which is right around the corner!  Ocean conservation initiatives at the core of the campaign are MPAs, sustainable seafood, and marine debris and plastics.  Through education and outreach with our local and global partners, we hope to inspire the millions of people who will watch the America’s Cup events to take care of the ocean that takes care of us.            …
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America’s Cup Joins Dr. Earle & One World One Ocean

SAN FRANCISCO, CA It’s being called the largest media campaign that’s ever focused on protecting the oceans. It includes IMAX movies, a television series and a thousand online videos. And the America’s Cup is very much a part of it, as is Mission Blue. ABC’s Mark Matthews shares with us the environmental message of the worlds’ highest profile yacht race.…
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Peter Seligmann on the America’s Cup Healthy Ocean Project

Peter Seligmann, Co-founder, Chairman, and CEO of Conservation International, writes in today’s Huffington Post about the America’s Cup Healthy Ocean Project, Dr. Earle’s Mission Blue initiative, and his hopes that their leadership will inspire others to take action to save the ocean. RACING TO SAVE THE OCEAN – Peter Seligmann…
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America’s Cup Healthy Ocean Project Launch – San Diego

SAN DIEGO, CANovember 18, 2011 Join us for a deeper look into the America’s Cup Healthy Ocean Project as ocean leaders gather for the official launch in San Diego. To keep their mission to be ‘more than a sport,’ on track, the America’s Cup Event Authority is partnering with some of the leading voices in ocean conservation.  In a recent survey, 70% of adults in America responded that there is nothing wrong with the ocean. These committed ocean advocates and a long list of partners plan to utilize the upcoming America’s Cup events to raise awareness about the harsh realities facing our ocean and to inspire people around the world to make changes in their own lives to turn the tide for the better.…
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Ocean Heroes Meet in California – North to South

Dr. Sylvia Earle Courtesy of One World One Ocean Last week marked the first meeting of OceanElders, a group of global leaders that includes some of the most influential personalities of our time.  Dr. Sylvia Earle was joined in San Francisco by fellow OceanElders Sir Richard Branson, Ted Turner, HM Queen Noor, Jackson Browne, Dr. Rita Colwell, Jean-Michel Cousteau, Graeme Kelleher, Sven Lindblad, Captain Don Walsh and Neil Young. Launched in August of 2011, the goal of OceanElders is to use its considerable networks and international influence to move ocean conservation to the forefront of the global agenda.  Now, with it’s inaugural meeting last week, OceanElders will move ahead, having identified key issues of concern for the ocean. Healthy Ocean Project Panel Courtesy Jenifer Austin On Friday, November 18th, Dr.…
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