What if we treated our oceans like they matter?

At the moment, the vast majority of our oceans are unprotected. In the High Seas, those areas beyond national jurisdiction, just 1% are fully protected. And at home the situation's not much better. Scientists tell us we need to protect 30% of global oceans by 2030 in order to fight climate change, safeguard fish stocks and allow our oceans to thrive - in all of their wonderful diversity.

Together with leading academics from the University of Oxford and the University of York, we've put together a plan for how we do just that - and create a network of sanctuaries across our blue planet.

Join the movement to Protect The Oceans.

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Our oceans are rich beyond measure. But they need our help.
Press release

Sanford’s Māui plan ineffective

by Jessica Desmon

Greenpeace has labelled an overnight announcement by fishing company Sanford as a danger to Māui and Hector’s dolphins, and is calling on the Government to reject the ‘Sanford Plan’ immediately.…