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Oceanographic, Issue 19

Oceanographic, Issue 19

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Oceanographic, Issue 19
Oceanographic, Issue 19
Oceanographic, Issue 19
Oceanographic, Issue 19
Oceanographic, Issue 19
Oceanographic, Issue 19

Oceanographic, Issue 19

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The wonder of our blue planet brought to life.


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In Issue 19, understand the impact that the pandemic has had on mental health and how nature has the power to heal.

Hear from Finisterre ambassador Dr Easkey Britton on ocean literacy and interaction in a post-pandemic world; Finisterre Ambassador and I AM WATER founder Hanli Prinsloo on committing to causes close to your heart and Surfers Against Sewage CEO Hugo Tagholm discussing ocean leadership and the importance of diversity and specialisms.

Discover how the small coastal town of Cabo Pulmo in Mexico has returned from the brink to have a successful conservation reputation. Also uncover the catastrophic climate change-induced weather events occurring in California and the many species there in need of help.

In Behind The Lens, take a look at the work of award-winning photographer, conservationist and economist, Francis Pérez.

As part of Oceanographic Magazine's '20% for ocean conservation promise', £2 from every magazine sold in Finisterre stores will be donated to the charity of our choice, Surfers Against Sewage.

Become an Oceanographic reader, become an ocean conservationist!

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  • Understand the impact that the pandemic has had on mental health and how nature has the power to heal.
  • Learn about how the small coastal town of Cabo Pulmo in Mexico has returned from the brink to have a successful conservation reputation.
  • Uncover the catastrophic climate change-induced weather events occurring in California and how many species there are in need of help.
  • Hear about the first large scale planting event to sow new seagrass beds in the UK, the process behind it and why restoration is so important.
  • Hear from Finisterre ambassadors, Dr Easkey Britton on ocean literacy and interaction in a post-pandemic world; I AM WATER founder Hanli Prinsloo on committing to causes close to your heart and Surfers Against Sewage CEO Hugo Tagholm discussing ocean leadership and the importance of diversity and specialisms.