Thank you for Joining The Watch and showing your support for protecting Antarctica’s marine environment. Thanks to you our campaign to save Antarctica’s waters has momentum with over 190,000 global citizens joining you in becoming part of The Watch – but we need to do more.
The body that regulates Antarctica’s waters, the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), has a crucial meeting coming up in July in Germany. This is our chance to send them a strong message they can’t ignore, that we support the protection of these unique and vital marine environments.
We need as many people as possible to support Antarctic marine protection and to send that message to CCAMLR, we need 300,000 signatures by July.
Thanks to you, we already have over 190,000
Can you help us reach our goal?
Antarctic waters make up almost 10% of the world’s seas and are some of the most pristine left on earth. They are home to almost 10,000 unique and diverse species including penguins, Weddell seals, albatross and Antarctic toothfish. But unlike Antarctica’s land these waters are not protected.
Together we can change this.
Please forward this email to five friends who you think will care about this issue, ask them to Join The Watch with you and help us ensure these waters are protected as a legacy for future generations.
With your support we can save this precious and truly unique part of the world.
Thank you again INGA for being part of The Watch to protect the Antarctica’s ocean.
From the Antarctic Ocean Alliance Team: Steve, Blair, Grigory, Geoff, Donna, Ricardo, Amanda, Cary and Emily