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Turning the Tide - WE NEED the OCEANS and THEY NEED US TO ACT NOW!

Turning the Tide - WE NEED the OCEANS and THEY NEED US TO ACT NOW!
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Everyone on earth needs healthy oceans, if we don't take care of them, we cannot take care of ourselves. Air, food, climate, security, medicines are some of the vital contributions that our oceans make to our well being.

 

Video - Turning the Tide


Life on our planet originated in the sea; today, the oceans continue to provide countless benefits for all life on Earth.

watch the video here...

Article - Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation


The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation provided USD 2 million to Oceans 5, an international funders’ collaborative dedicated to stopping overfishing and establishing marine reserves in the world’s five oceans.

The funds will support projects creating large protected areas in the Pacific Islands and the Arctic, while also improving fisheries enforcement in Europe, the United States and Central America. DiCaprio’s contribution also supported the protection of threatened shark populations, created a large marine monument in remote Pacific waters of the United States, and advanced efforts to protect Antarctica.

read the article here...

Earth Protect celebrates the achievements of its partner Heal the Bay.


Heal the Bay, in the past 22 years, has made substantial progress in protecting California’s aquatic habitats, but there is still a lot of work to be done.

That is why Heal the Bay continues to strive to make California coastal waters safe and healthy for people and marine life by continually improving its educational programs, advocating for protective legislative measures and encouraging people to take an active role in environmental protection. Click to learn more and consider supporting this powerful organization doing vital work to restore our coastal waters.

read more about HTB here...

Earth Protect welcomes a new nonprofit partner:

American University School of Communications, Center for Environmental Filmmaking


The Center for Environmental Filmmaking was founded on the conviction that films and new media are essential educational and policy tools in the struggle to protect the environment. The center’s mission is to train students to produce films and new media that focus attention on the need to conserve the environment in a way that is effective as well as ethically sound, educationally powerful, and entertaining.


key programs & initiatives:

The Center for Environmental Filmmaking has four signature initiatives:

  • Creating partnerships with well-established organizations—such as Maryland Public Television, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the American Film Institute - that give students the opportunity to produce professional films
  • Bringing world-class filmmakers to the American University campus to teach and mentor
  • Developing innovative, enriching classes and programs, such as Classroom in the Wild
  • Advocating the ethical treatment of wildlife and the environment worldwide

Founded in 2005, the Center for Environmental Filmmaking is lead by Chris Palmer, environmental and wildlife film producer and author of Shooting in the Wild and Confessions of a Wildlife Filmmaker. Over the past three decades, he has spearheaded the production of more than 300 hours of original programming for prime-time television and the giant screen IMAX industry, including the Disney Channel, TBS, Animal Planet, Travel Channel, and PBS. The president of the One World One Ocean Foundation and the MacGillivray Freeman Films Educational Foundation, Palmer and his colleagues have won numerous awards, including two Emmys, an Oscar nomination, and a Lifetime Achievement Award for Media at the International Wildlife Film Festival.

read more about the Center here...
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