IN LOVING MEMORY OF DARCY BELANGER, 1972-2019
Director of Strategic Initiatives, Quarterback and our Beloved Friend
This was Darcy’s last message before we lost him on Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302.
The biggest marine protected area ever, in the smallest ocean on the planet, is the bold action we need for an unprecedented threat.
We can easily make a vast difference — if we act now. The ice is not waiting, and neither can we.
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The problem facing our world today is massive. But there is an effective and immediate response: MAPS, the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary. With one single initiative, we can protect all life on Earth.
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