WWF: Saving the whales

 

*Did you know that whales are climate heroes? These ocean giants store planet-warming carbon in their bodies – 33 tons in fact! That’s equivalent to thousands of trees. 

They also play an important role in the overall health of the marine environment by boosting phytoplankton – microscopic plants that produce more than half the world’s oxygen. Without whales, we won’t have a healthy ocean, let alone a healthy planet.

But they face many threats and need our help. Right now, the UN Ocean Conference is taking place, offering an opportunity for decision makers to come together for our blue planet.

The stakes are high. It’s time to advocate for solutions for whales, for our ocean and for our planet.

Saving our ocean giants


Image: © Darren Jew

 
 
 
 
 
   
 

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