Category Oceans

Pascal Lamy, président du Forum de la mer de Bizerte : « Non, l’océan n’est pas un monstre »

Rencontre avec Pascal Lamy, président de la deuxième édition du Forum de la Mer de Bizerte. Plus de 1500 participants sont réunis en Tunisie le samedi 21 septembre 2019 à l’initiative d’Olivier Poivre d’Arvor, Ambassadeur de France en Tunisie et président du Musée national de la Marine. Pascal Lamy appelle à une gouvernance polylatérale des océans et de la mer. Entretien. Monsieur […]

Opening Address of the Forum of the Sea-Bizerte

His Excellency, the Governor, His Worship, the Mayor, Honourable Ministers, Representatives of the European Union and the Union for the Mediterranean, Dear Olivier, Dear Rym, Dear Mehdi Ladies and gentlemen, Dear friends,   My remarks this morning will be devoted to addressing the major issues that concern the friends of the sea and oceans, of […]

ShanghaiDaily.com -It’s everyone’s business to save the oceans

THE ocean is changing — and not for the better. Well-established scientific evidence shows that it is becoming emptier, warmer, and more acidic, putting marine life under serious pressure. But there is good news: evidence also indicates that the ocean can regenerate, and the world has agreed to enable that outcome.

Irish Examiner – We may still have enough time to save the world’s oceans

Warmer, more acidic oceans will be a catastrophe for our planet. The time to act is now, write José Maria Figueres, Pascal Lamy and John D Podesta.

The Japan Times – Fighting the good fight for ocean health

NEW YORK – The ocean is changing — and not for the better. Established scientific evidence shows that it is becoming emptier, warmer and more acidic, putting marine life under serious pressure. But there is good news: Evidence also indicates that the ocean can regenerate, and the world has already agreed to enable that outcome.

Project Syndicate – The Fight for Ocean Health

NEW YORK – The ocean is changing – and not for the better. Well-established scientific evidence shows that it is becoming emptier, warmer, and more acidic, putting marine life under serious pressure. But there is good news: evidence also indicates that the ocean can regenerate, and the world has already agreed to enable that outcome.