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    Edit Title 1:KEVIN SPACEY IS
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    To support life on Earth, we must keep oceans safe​

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    Vital resource
    On our planet, water and life are synonymous, and Earth’s oceans have shaped life as we know it. The oceans also make our air: Tiny marine plants called phytoplankton provide the majority of the breathable oxygen generated by the ocean, which accounts for more than half of the air we inhale.

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    Climate stability
    As the atmosphere gets hotter from human activity, so does the ocean. The ocean has absorbed more than three-quarters of the heat added to the planet as a result of climate change — and its limit is approaching. Warmer oceans raise sea level, disrupt weather, melt polar ice, and endanger coastal ecosystems. Slow-growing species like coral are under threat and critical habitats are being lost, with many animals’ migratory patterns being altered by changes in the seasonal currents they follow.

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    Human cost
    Polluting our ocean takes a toll. Three in seven people depend on fish for their protein, and 350 million jobs worldwide depend on the marine sector. The global fisheries industry grew 167 percent between 1980 and 2008. In the Pacific Oceanscape — a coalition of island nations and territories whose waters span four times the area of the United States — the tuna industry alone provides more than 13,000 jobs to Pacific Islanders and contributes US$ 260 million to the region’s economy.

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    Heading toward a safer horizon – before our oceans reach their limit

    CI finds innovative ways to protect marine ecosystems — and the people whose lives and livelihoods depend on them. We stand shoulder to shoulder with coastal communities around the world to conserve critical marine habitats; make fisheries more sustainable; and strengthen nature’s barriers against climate change.

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    EditImage Alt Text:Fish swimming in Eastern Tropical Pacific Seascape, Cocos Island, Costa Rica, Central America.
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    EditCaption Description:The jewel of the Pacific Ocean is at risk of losing its luster — but we can turn things around.
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    EditImage Alt Text:A young lemon shark hunts in a mangrove forest. It’s been estimated that people kill around 100 million sharks each year.
    EditCaption Title:BLOG: Global Policy Needed to Keep Sharks in Our Oceans
    EditCaption Description:Sharks swim in every ocean. They are important not only for the complex ocean ecosystem, but for people everywhere who, believe it or not, benefit in some way from them.
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    EditCaption Title: The Ocean Health Index
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    EditImage Alt Text:A boat sails over coral reefs off of Alor, Indonesia. In addition to conducting global marine assessments, the Ocean Health Index gives countries the tools they need to asses the health of their own seas.
    EditCaption Title:A ‘Fitbit for the oceans’ aims to boost ailing seas
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      The ocean plays a major but overlooked role in regulating our climate — but climate change is subtly changing the seas. On our present course, the ocean could turn from one of humanity’s greatest allies into one of its worst enemies.

      Find out why we need to change course.

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      How can you help?

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      EditNewsletter Message:We’re changing the way oceans are protected. Sign up for our email list and get regular updates about our conservation projects in the planet’s most endangered habitats.
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