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  • New British Parliamentary Report Calls for Marine Reserves in UK Overseas Territories

    A new report says the British government is failing to adequately protect the globally significant biodiversity of the UK Overseas Territories. For more than a year, Pew’s Global Ocean Legacy project has worked in partnership with the residents of the Pitcairn Islands.More

     
  • Pitcairn's Pristine Environment Play

    Pitcairn's Pristine Environment

    The waters around the Pitcairn Islands have more than 1249 marine species including 365 fish species, 22 whale species and 2 species of turtles. Pitcairn islanders hope their waters will be declared the world's largest marine reserve by the British government, which will protect all of these species as well as two of the most southern coral atolls in the world and the deepest well developed tropical coral reef.More

     
  • Pitcairn's Beauty Play

    Pitcairn's Beauty

    Two Pitcairn Islanders today presented their case for the world's largest marine reserve in their waters to the Third International Marine Protected Areas Congress in Marseille. Simon Young and Melva Evans Warren have travelled thousands of kilometres from their South Pacific island home to speak to global governments and stakeholders about ocean protection and their hope for their waters to be protected for their own and the world's future.More

     

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