CBD COP11 Underwater Banner in India

Photo | 8 January, 2013

Diving to a depth of 65 feet (nearly 20 meters) just off the coast of the Andaman and Nicobar islands, Greenpeace activists unfurl a banner reading: "India, Protect our oceans now". On the eve of the high level segment meetings at the UN conference on biodiversity (COP11) in Hyderabad that will see heads of state decide on measures to safeguard the oceans and wildlife that inhabit them. Greenpeace is sending a message to the Indian government demanding they protect the oceans and the communities whose livelihoods are dependent on the fruits of the seas. 10/05/2012

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