Videos: Kerry and World Leaders Urge Protection for Antarctic Waters

Videos: Kerry and World Leaders Urge Protection for Antarctic Waters

In his first comments about protecting the world's oceans since becoming secretary of state, John F. Kerry spoke to a Washington reception hosted by Pew, and urged creation of what would be the globe's largest marine reserves in Antarctica's Ross Sea. View video clips from four event speakers, and learn why Pew and global leaders are ready for the "Countdown to Consensus."

Remarks by Secretary of State John F. Kerry

Remarks by New Zealand's ambassador to the U.S. and former prime minister, the Right Honorable Mike Moore

Remarks by Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs Senator Bob Carr

Remarks by Karen Sack, Pew's deputy director of international ocean conservation

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