Solenn for Pure Ocean, Ludovic Gérard, Pure Ocean ambassador, talks about endangered species.

In this video, he takes the opportunity of approaching the Caribbean Sea to talk about a typical species found there…

80% of marine litter comes from land-based activities!

The ocean suffers every day from this waste, most of which comes from plastic packaging and its secondary micro-particles. One piece of waste on land = one piece of waste at sea. 

Bermuda Lorient – Défi Pure Ocean – Global warming!

David Sussmann, President and Founder of Pure Ocean Fund, continues to share with you his adventure on the water and talks to you today about a major environmental issue…

Follow the route of the Bermuda Lorient – Défi Pure Ocean in live !

Thanks to our interactive map updated in real time, follow the crew of Jean-Pierre Dick’s #JP54 “Notre Méditerranée – Ville de Nice” live…

The great departure of the Bermuda Lorient – Défi Pure Ocean, it’s in a few hours!

Currently live in Bermuda, where the crew of the JP54 “Notre Méditerranée – Ville de Nice”, is fine-tuning the final details of the crossing before setting off in a race against time for the benefit of the ocean!

Focus on the IUCN red list

The IUCN Red List is a key indicator for monitoring the state of biodiversity in the world. It provides information on the state of conservation of animal and plant species in order to alert the international community to threatened species. 

Climate change from the Arctic

The polar regions are warming faster than any other area on Earth. Over the past 30 years, the temperature in the Arctic has risen three times faster than the Earth’s average (already +3.1°C).

Pure Ocean presents the 5 new scientific projects it will support from 2022!

From the protection of large oceanic animals in Mozambique to the 3D mapping of the Mediterranean seabed, the preservation of mangroves through beekeeping in Guatemala, the development of a sustainable community project around fisheries and coral ecosystems in the Philippines, and the regeneration of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the projects are all more ambitious than the others!


From the moment the GLOBE40 was launched back in June 2019, the organiser made clear its desire to champion societal and environmental causes in addition to the sporting challenge.