Mission Blue Recognizes Azores As A ‘Hope Spot’


Ocean conservation group Mission Blue currently announced it known the Azores Archipelago as a “Hope Jam.”

In step with “Her DeepnessDr. Sylvia Earle, founding father of Mission Blue:

“The Azores Archipelago is a magnet for lifestyles. It certainly is a magical place. Launching the Azores as Hope Jam is so logical – upright query the whales. They know the way special this place is. This feeble to be a spot the place whales had been killed and now of us are earning money by respecting the whales and having of us reach out and insist over with them as fellow electorate of the planet.”

Christopher Pham, an advocate for the Azores Hope Jam who works as a analysis affiliate at the Okeanos analysis center of the College of the Azores focusing on deep-sea ecosystems and plastic pollution, talked about:

“The inclusion of the Azores as a Hope Jam is a gigantic step in our mission to promote the protection of this strange place.”

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John Lianghttps://www.deeperblue.com/

John Liang is the Data Editor at DeeperBlue.com. He first bought the diving worm while in High Faculty in Cairo, Egypt, the place he earned his PADI Launch Water Diver certification in the Crimson Sea off the Sinai Peninsula. Since then, John has dived in a volcanic lake in Guatemala, among white-tipped sharks off the Pacific Fly of Costa Rica, and numerous areas along side a pool in Las Vegas serving to to interrupt the sphere sage for the largest underwater press conference.