In November 2013, French Polynesia’s government committed to protecting at least 20 percent of the French territory’s waters by 2020. More than 50 local organizations voiced support for this goal at a June 2014 event celebrating the local visit of the Hokule’a—the traditional Polynesian vessel and its crew that stopped in Tahiti as part of its travels from Hawaii across the Pacific to promote ocean protection.
The Pew Charitable Trusts, à travers le projet Héritage Mondial des Océans, travaille avec les gouvernements et la société civile à travers le monde pour aider à créer de grandes AMPs pour assurer la santé de nos océans sur le long terme.
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Héritage des océans de Pew et Bertarelli