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Today’s the World Oceans Day.
In the words of Ban Ki-moon:

World Oceans Day is  an opportunity to reflect on the importance of  oceans to humankind’s  sustainable development.  It is also a  time to  recognize the many severe challenges related to oceans.  These range  from depleted fishery resources, the  impacts of climate change and the  deterioration of the marine environment to  maritime safety and  security, labour conditions for seafarers and the  increasingly  important issue of migration by sea.

The image above is the Map of Ocean Life, by National Geographic and Census Of Marine Life. To truly appreciate it I suggest to visit the interactive map on the Census of Marine Life website, or to download the pdf version (134,4 mb).

Today’s the World Oceans Day.

In the words of Ban Ki-moon:

World Oceans Day is an opportunity to reflect on the importance of oceans to humankind’s sustainable development.  It is also a time to recognize the many severe challenges related to oceans.  These range from depleted fishery resources, the impacts of climate change and the deterioration of the marine environment to maritime safety and security, labour conditions for seafarers and the increasingly important issue of migration by sea.

The image above is the Map of Ocean Life, by National Geographic and Census Of Marine Life. To truly appreciate it I suggest to visit the interactive map on the Census of Marine Life website, or to download the pdf version (134,4 mb).