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Spreading the message of a sustainable future in our oceans is the most important goal for Arctic Whale. We believe that change will only happen once people are made aware of the dangers that face us. Photo: Barba.no
The most meaningful impact we can have is spreading information
With the Barba sailboat as platform for research institutions, photographers and storytellers, Arctic Whale will conduct an Arctic roundtrip from May to July 2019. Whales and other sea mammals will play the lead roles as messengers from the ocean. Research projects about marine plastic pollution and how this affects the ocean and marine mammals are an important part of the project.
If you would like to feature us in your publication and help us spread an important message of ecological sustainability of our oceans and the arctic, please contact our impact manager.
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