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Pure Ocean Lovers carry the Olympic flame!

Our ambassadors and former ambassadors relay the Olympic flame
Last week, we had the pleasure of spending an exceptional evening in the Breitling Marseille store, one of our valued partners!
For the 5th year running, our director Thomas will have the honor of taking an active part in this event, which puts science in the spotlight.
Imagine, 3000 meters down, in total darkness, hidden marine species never before discovered...
We're delighted to share with you the incredible achievement of our ambassador Ludovic Gérard, who has just completed the Course Transatlantique Cap-Martinique!
75% of the Great Barrier Reef is endangered. According to recent reports, 40% of this natural wonder is in an "extreme" state due to the heat of the surface waters.
The Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee (INC) continues in Ottawa, Canada, for the 4th negotiations for a Global Plastics Treaty, from April 23 to 29, 2024.
Dive into the extraordinary! 🗓️ When? Tuesday, June 4, 2024. 🌊 Where? A unique venue privatized for the occasion: the roof terrace of the Mucem, in Marseille.
The “Sharing Ocean science for Sustainable business” project, coordinated by Pure Ocean, brings together numerous international partners from the worlds of scientific research and business.
70% of “Earth” is covered by ocean, but in any case, one can't live without the other. That's why, on Earth Day, it's just as important to take care of the ocean!
At the Our Ocean global conference in Athens on April 17, 2024, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced that trawling in marine protected areas will be banned by 2030.
Ludovic Gerard set sail for CAP Martinique on Sunday from La Trinité-sur-Mer, proudly wearing the colors of Pure Ocean.
A recent expedition captured the world's attention by documenting no fewer than 160 previously unknown species in the region, 50 of which are completely new to science.
Live from Barcelona on the occasion of the second United Nations conference for the Decade of Ocean Sciences, a crucial update on the future of our blue planet.
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