The Ocean

Gender parity has a huge role to play in the fight to save our oceans

These floating gardens in Odisha state, India, provide income and food, and help to reduce water and land salinity Image: UNDP India/2014/Prashanth Vishwanathan

Peter Thomson

UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy for the Ocean and Co-Chair, Friends of Ocean Action

Isabella Lövin

Co-Chair of the Friends of Ocean Action and Writer, Ministry of the Environment of Sweden

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