Yoga is More than Stretching: It’s Serving the World. It’s MAPS: the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary.

June 20, 2017 – For Immediate Release

International Yoga Day is a time to remember the true meaning of yoga: union. That’s the founding principle for all-volunteer Canadian environmental not-for-profit Parvati.org. Inspired by its founder, the Toronto-based musician, yoga teacher, activist and author Parvati, everyone at Parvati.org performs selfless service, or karma yoga, to create MAPS: the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary. MAPS establishes the Arctic Ocean north of the Arctic Circle as the world’s largest international marine protected area, free from commercial fishing, natural resource exploitation, seismic testing, military activity and through shipping traffic.

In the spirit of yoga as union, MAPS brings together leaders like Dr. Jane Goodall, Dr. Sylvia Earle, Academy Award winning director Louie Psihoyos (The Cove, Racing Extinction), Grammy winning music producer Chris Porter (Sir Elton John, George Michael) and CBE’s legendary concert promoter Harvey Goldsmith (Live Aid) in support of this vital intervention. In this time of global crisis, MAPS unites world leaders in the commitment to no longer put short term gain ahead of long-term consequence, recognizing that the needs of the collective are greater than the needs of the individual.

Parvati.org has taken the unprecedented step to create the international Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS) Treaty, an addendum to the United Nations Convention of the Law of the Sea, then translated it into the six official UN languages, sent it to all 193 UN member states, took it to the United Nations’ COP21 and 22 and will also be presenting it at the upcoming COP23.

Parvati is the first performer to ever sing at the North Pole, where she travelled to raise awareness of the quickly melting polar ice caps. She has dedicated her exceptionally broad creative offerings (music, yoga and words) to the goal of realizing MAPS for the benefit of all. To raise worldwide awareness of MAPS, Parvati wrote and produced the celestial pop song I Am Light, which has been playing to millions on Top 40 FM radio stations across Asia. Its video debuted to millions more on Vietnam’s music network, YAN TV. As part of outreach for I Am Light, Parvati asks all her fans to “keep your footprint on the planet light” and support MAPS. Her full I Am Light pop concept album, featuring a journey through blockbuster radio singles to a cosmic chakra meditation, is upcoming. Also watch for her next album Electro Yog, which gives electronica new heart and soaring heights in an unprecedented, multidimensional 5.1 and stereo sonic experience of cinematic songs, block-rocking beats and angelic vocals.

Parvati.org will soon launch two major events to catalyze global support for MAPS, NOW: New Organic World and the star-studded MAPS concert. NOW is a multi-tiered series of events featuring dignitaries and celebrities and will lay the foundation for the MAPS concert, a one-day internationally broadcast concert in London, September 2018.

“The karma yogi knows that to serve another is to serve oneself, as there is no real separation between us,” says Parvati. “The Arctic Ocean may seem far away, but what happens in the Arctic affects us all. For thousands of years, the Arctic ice cap has protected humanity from an overheated earth. With the ice melting quickly, it’s now our turn to safeguard the Arctic Ocean.”

Watch the “I Am Light” video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btKji3_lvOo

Sign the MAPS petition: https://parvati.org/

Unburnable Oil, Untreatable Diseases: Keep Them In The Ground

June 13, 2017 – For Immediate Release

Permafrost and subsea soils that have been frozen since the last ice age are now melting, and the deadly payload of ancient viruses they carry is poised to resurface on the planet. The Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS) must be declared immediately to protect the Arctic Ocean from exploitation, allow sea ice to regenerate, and ensure pathogens remain buried safely in frozen soil to keep the planet – and all life on it – safe.

Typically only the most superficial layers of permafrost melt in the summer months. However, today each summer sees the defrosting of additional layers of permafrost, exposing long buried diseases. In the summer of 2016, an outbreak of anthrax tore through reindeer herds in a remote corner of the Siberian tundra, killing more than 2,000. The culprit was a reindeer carcass from 75 years ago which was thawed by an unprecedented heatwave and then infected the surrounding water and soil. Reindeer herds weren’t the only casualties; dozens of local residents were hospitalized and a 12-year-old boy died.

Other pathogens long hidden under ice include highly contagious diseases that previously caused global pandemics, such as smallpox. Scientists also worry about other possible virulent diseases of which there is no recorded history. Not only does the risk of the release of these contagions increase as the permafrost melts, scientists warn that activities such as oil and gas drilling in formerly frozen subsea soil could disturb and expose microbes that have been dormant for millennia, creating further risk.

“For the sake of all life on the planet, we need MAPS immediately,” says Parvati.org founder Parvati Devi. “The melting Arctic ice is not to be exploited. Rather, it is an urgent warning that we must change our ways. World leaders must come together now to commit to a healthy ocean and a healthy world, by realizing MAPS.”

Parvati.org created the international Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS) Treaty, translated it into the six official UN languages, sent it to all 193 UN member states, and took it to COP 21 and 22. As the waters in the Arctic become navigable due to global warming, it is imperative that all countries of the world unite to declare that this vulnerable region will not be subjected to exploitation of any kind, so sea ice can regenerate and continue to protect life on earth.

Citizens of all nations are urged to sign and share the MAPS petition at https://parvati.org, and to call on their governments to ratify the MAPS Treaty immediately.

Oceans Give Us Life. On World Oceans Day, Thank Them By Supporting MAPS.

June 7, 2017 – For Immediate Release

World Oceans Day is a time to celebrate all that our oceans give us to sustain life: oxygen, food, and water. But today’s oceans are sick with pollution, heat, CO2 and debilitating noise. Their biodiversity is under threat as never before. That means all life on this planet, including humans, are endangered as well. Nowhere is the situation more grave for the planet than the Arctic Ocean, whose remote and icebound nature has protected it for millennia, but which now faces serious peril as its ice melts at an alarming rate.

The Arctic Ocean ecosystem has always acted as a regulator for the planet’s weather patterns. Yet the pollution of the industrialized world to its south has already destabilized its natural rhythms profoundly. Now, as its protective ice melts and it becomes navigable, we must safeguard it from exploitation so that, undisturbed, it may regenerate.

On World Oceans Day, Canadian not-for-profit Parvati.org offers the world a simple, immediate and permanent solution: the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary.

The Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary has been hailed as much needed and timely, by renowned and respected leaders such as Dr. Jane Goodall, Dr. Sylvia Earle and Louie Psihoyos. It declares all ocean waters north of the Arctic Circle an international peace park, free from all forms of exploitation such as oil drilling, seismic testing, commercial fishing or shipping.

“We stand at a crucial moment in human history where we no longer have the luxury to see any part of the planet as separate from the whole,” says Parvati.org’s founder, the Canadian musician, activist, yogini and author Parvati. “What happens in the Arctic affects us all. We have the chance now to help prevent drastic changes in global weather patterns, protect all life on Earth, and reaffirm the reality that we are all interconnected as one Earth family. The Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary is simple, effective, and urgently needed. A healthy planet that continues to support all life is the real bottom line.”

The all volunteer-run Parvati.org created the international Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS) Treaty, translated it into the six official UN languages, sent it to all 193 UN member states, and brought it to COP21 and COP22. It enters into force with the signatures of 99 nations. Parvati.org is in dialogue with governments around the world towards the ratification of MAPS, while actively developing global, grassroots support to pressurize world leaders to sign on. In addition, Parvati.org created SignMAPS.org, a new hub for all interested allies to ensure the realization of MAPS.

On World Oceans Day, and every day, citizens of all nations are urged to sign and share the MAPS petition at https://parvati.org, and to call on their governments to ratify the MAPS Treaty immediately.

Let Nature Be Wild. Sign MAPS (the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary) Now.

May 29, 2017 – For Immediate Release

The recent hair-raising incident of a sea lion playfully grabbing a little girl and dragging her into the water reminds us that we need to understand nature, respect it, and give it space. That’s what MAPS (the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary) is all about.

The force of Nature is vast, powerful and wise beyond our limited human comprehension. When we forget the immensity of this force and try to contain it within our limits, we and nature suffer.

“We are in constant relationship with Nature, and nature with us,” says Parvati.org founder and CEO Parvati Devi. “Healthy relationships are based on listening and respect, and become dysfunctional without this. Our collective relationship with the natural world suffers from this modern dysfunction.”

Parvati.org, an entirely volunteer-run organization, is actively working to establish the Arctic Ocean above the Arctic Circle as the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS).

The environmental leader Julia Butterfly Hill, who supports MAPS, echoes Parvati’s sentiments. “The natural world has been communicating with us since the beginning of time,” says Hill. “Sadly, most of us have forgotten how to listen. We have blinded our eyes by greed, closed off our hearts out of fear, and shut down our minds, choosing to believe that we are not all deeply interconnected with each other and with all of life. We are now seeing the impact of our disease of disconnect. And future generations’ lives depend on the courage of our care and commitment right now. The work of MAPS is an important part in the healing of our relationship to the oceans of life.”

MAPS establishes the Arctic Ocean north of the Arctic Circle as a permanent international marine protected area free from commercial fishing, natural resource exploitation, seismic testing, military activity and through shipping traffic. It compels a faster shift to renewable energy, helps the melting polar ice (and endangered marine mammal populations there) to regenerate, and stabilizes the weather patterns that make our planet livable. MAPS will be the world’s largest marine park to date, a true nature sanctuary.

For thousands of years, the Arctic ice cap has reflected the sun’s rays, protecting humanity from an overheated earth. Protecting the Arctic Ocean helps us give back to Nature as well as ourselves. The whole world community must come together in support of the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary.

In 2015, Parvati.org created the international Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS) Treaty, translated it into the six official UN languages, and distributed it to the heads of government of the 193 member nations of the UN for their formal endorsement. As the waters in the Arctic become navigable due to global warming, it is imperative that all countries of the world unite to declare that this vulnerable region and its wildlife will not be subjected to exploitation of any kind.

“Establishing MAPS creates an undisturbed space where wild animals can be wild and Nature can regain its equilibrium, which we have disturbed through acts of greed and ignorance,” says Parvati Devi. “It is essential to humanity that Nature is permitted to be Nature, wild, fierce and free – not subjected to human will.”

Citizens of all nations are urged to sign and share the MAPS petition at https://parvati.org, and to call on their governments to ratify the MAPS Treaty immediately.

Hero For The Planet Dr. Sylvia Earle Endorses Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary

May 23, 2017 – For Immediate Release

“Her Deepness”, the renowned oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle, Time Magazine Hero for the Planet and founder of Mission Blue, has added her support to the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS).

“We need to convey a sense of urgency because the world is changing. The next ten years is likely to be the most important time in the next 10,000 years. We have options that we are going to lose within ten years unless we take action now,” says Dr. Earle. “Every day options close, and this is particularly true in the Arctic. The Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary is an idea whose time has come, and I would like to express my deepest gratitude to the people behind these efforts.”

Dr. Earle is the second Ocean Elder to endorse the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (the first being Dr. Jane Goodall).

MAPS is the only global initiative that addresses the urgent need to protect the earth’s very own cooling system – the Arctic ice cap – in order to stabilize the planet’s climate and sea levels. Arctic sea ice has protected humanity for thousands of years by keeping the earth cool and must be left alone to regenerate as we transition to sustainable solutions for energy. Parvati.org created the international MAPS Treaty to prevent this key climate-regulating region from becoming exploited and exacerbating extreme weather, food shortages, flooding and other issues around the world. The MAPS Treaty has been translated into all official UN languages, provided to all 193 UN member states, and shared with officials at COP21 and COP22.

“We are deeply grateful for Dr. Earle’s support for the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary and for her passionate, lifelong commitment to protecting our marine ecosystems,” says Parvati.org founder Parvati Devi. “The oceans play a pivotal role in our lives. Their health and well-being are linked inextricably to our own. When life in the Arctic Ocean is under threat, all of life on the planet is at risk. MAPS must be declared immediately to protect not only the Arctic, but the world. I encourage world leaders to carefully consider the wisdom of our ocean experts, and sign the MAPS Treaty now.”

Citizens of all nations are urged to sign and share the MAPS petition at https://parvati.org, and to call on their governments to ratify the MAPS Treaty immediately.

 

No Point In Investing In Arctic Oil: Declare MAPS Instead

May 16, 2017 – For Immediate Release

Recent analysis of the risks and costs associated with exploiting Arctic oil and gas underscore the fact that drilling has no place in the Arctic Ocean. According to Goldman Sachs, there’s almost no rationale for Arctic exploration because the immensely complex, expensive projects can move too high on the cost curve to be economically doable. With rapid ongoing progress being made in wind and solar energy systems, Goldman Sachs notes these sources of renewable energy are clearly winning out against hydrocarbons.

When big financial firms like Goldman Sachs see the writing on the wall for Arctic drilling, the rest of the world can’t be far behind. The Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary doesn’t just make ecological sense. It is a deeply intelligent and needed action for all life on the planet.

In addition to being financially unviable, Arctic reserves are unburnable under any scenario that seeks to limit average global warming to 2°C. If Arctic oil is exploited, tons of carbon reserves stand to be released into the atmosphere, catalyzing a global climate catastrophe that puts every living thing at risk. The Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS) will ensure they remain off limits, protecting life on earth (and pocketbooks) in the process. To follow through on the promise of the Paris Agreement and put the brakes on soaring temperatures, we need decisive and bold action on a global scale. World leaders must come together for the immediate declaration of the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS).

“MAPS offers a profoundly practical solution to protect the Earth’s very own cooling system that is under threat as never before,” says Parvati.org founder Parvati Devi. “MAPS is an immediate, simple, and cost-free global decision to cease exploiting fossil fuels and to pursue alternate sustainable energies, setting the world on an irreversible path towards clean energy, and uniting leaders in agreement that short-term gain for some must not be put ahead of long-term consequence for all.”

To prevent exploitation of this key climate-regulating region and to allow Arctic sea ice to regenerate, Parvati.org created the international MAPS Treaty. The MAPS Treaty prohibits all harmful activities in the Arctic Ocean including military exercises, commercial shipping and fishing, seismic testing and oil and gas activities. It has been translated into all official UN languages, provided to all 193 UN member states, and shared with officials at COP21 and COP22.

Citizens of all nations are urged to sign and share the MAPS petition at https://parvati.org, and to call on their governments to ratify MAPS immediately.

Earth Guardians Youth Director Xiuhtezcatl Martinez Endorses MAPS

May 9, 2017 – For Immediate Release

Earth Guardians Youth Director Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, has added his support to the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS).

“MAPS is an incredibly important treaty to protect one of the most important places on earth. As a global community, we have a responsibility to defend the Arctic. World leaders have a responsibility to sign the MAPS Treaty and create that protected zone for our generation, and for every generation to come,” says Martinez. “A lot of what we fight for when it comes to climate justice is the protection of the Arctic because of the global implications if our ice caps melt. Now, more than ever, is the time to get the world on board with protecting the Arctic and with supporting MAPS. We need to have this done by 2018.”

For thousands of years, the Arctic Ocean has existed as a naturally protected and undisturbed ecosystem. Its thick polar ice has reflected the sun’s radiant heat away from the earth, keeping our climate and sea levels stable. But with Arctic sea ice now melting quickly, commercial and military interests are keen to exploit emerging waterways and resources. Such opportunism places a vulnerable ecosystem – and all life on the planet – at risk.

To prevent exploitation of this key climate-regulating region and to allow Arctic sea ice to regenerate, Parvati.org created the international MAPS Treaty. The MAPS Treaty prohibits all harmful activities in the Arctic Ocean including military exercises, commercial shipping, seismic testing and oil and gas activities. It has been translated into all official UN languages, provided to all 193 UN member states, and shared with officials at COP21 and COP22.

“We are honoured that Xiuhtezcatl Martinez has given his support for MAPS,” says Parvati.org founder Parvati Devi. “At this time of intense global disruption, the international community must heed the wisdom of our youth who will inherit an environmental catastrophe caused by the actions of those who came before them. It is time for world leaders to set aside perceived regional differences and recognize our inherent interconnection, and unite to declare MAPS for the benefit of all life for generations to come.”

Citizens of all nations are urged to sign and share the MAPS petition at https://parvati.org, and to call on their governments to ratify MAPS immediately.

Declare MAPS To Reduce The Risk Of Forest Fires.

May 2, 2017 – For Immediate Release

Hotter than average temperatures are predicted for this coming summer, which means increased risk of forest fires. As the climate warms, moisture and precipitation levels are changing, with wet regions becoming wetter and dry regions becoming drier. Hot air dries out vegetation, turning forests into kindling for more intense and long-burning fires over an extended season.

The costs of forest fires are devastating. Not only can forest fires raze entire communities; their smoke increases local air pollution, exacerbates lung diseases and causes breathing difficulties. There are also serious environmental consequences. Forest fires contribute to global carbon emissions and thereby worsen climate change. The loss of forested areas also means the loss of valuable carbon sinks. The Paris Agreement aims to achieve a carbon-neutral global economy, which means limiting the amount of greenhouse gases emitted by human activity to the levels that the earth can absorb naturally. However, peak carbon absorption rates for trees and plants was reached in 2006, making preservation of our forests more important than ever.

“The Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS) is urgently needed as an antidote to the devastating forest fires that are predicted for this summer,” says Parvati Devi, the founder of the Canadian not-for-profit Parvati.org working to establish MAPS. “MAPS protects the Arctic sea ice that regulates our global climate. This includes healthy rainfall, which is needed to protect our carbon-absorbing forests. The Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary is essential in keeping our forests, homes and lives safe.”

Parvati.org created the international MAPS Treaty, translated it into the six official UN languages, and distributed it to the heads of government of all 193 member nations of the UN for their formal endorsement. The treaty takes effect with the signatures of 99 countries. MAPS designates the entire Arctic Ocean as an international marine conservation area, precluding all commercialization, industrialization, and militarization in this delicate environment.
Citizens of all nations are urged to sign and share the MAPS petition at https://parvati.org, and to call on their governments to ratify MAPS immediately.

MAPS Will Prevent Oil and Gas Leaks in the Arctic Ocean.

April 18, 2017 – For Immediate Release

Recent oil and methane gas leaks under ice-covered Alaskan waters underscore the fact that drilling has no place in the Arctic Ocean. From late December until April 13, 2017, hundreds of thousands of cubic feet of methane spewed every day from an underwater pipeline into Alaska’s Cook Inlet, threatening endangered wildlife including Steller sea lions and beluga and humpback whales.

There is no easy way to stop pipeline leaks in the remote and unforgiving Arctic. Shutting them down puts them at risk of taking in water, freezing and rupturing. Heavy ice cover and strong tides in Cook Inlet made it impossible to send divers to assess the damaged pipeline lying 80 feet deep on the seabed floor. Only last Thursday, after tens of millions of cubic feet of methane gas had been released into a vulnerable ecosystem, were divers able to install a clamp on the pipeline to stop the leak. No one knows the short-term or long-term damage to the environment and wildlife that this leak has triggered. But what is absolutely clear is that we need MAPS, the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary, immediately.

“Undertaking projects with the potential to do terrible damage to our planet, and without fail safes, is not only environmentally unsound. It neglects common sense: don’t make a mess if you cannot clean it up,” says Parvati Devi, the founder of the Canadian not-for-profit Parvati.org working to establish MAPS. “We need to be responsible citizens of the Earth and realize that our bottom line is a healthy planet. Oil and gas drilling have no place in the vulnerable Arctic, which is already severely taxed in its role of keeping the planet cool. MAPS ensures all life on Earth, including endangered Arctic wildlife, can continue to thrive.”  

As an immediate, simple and effective solution to protect the Arctic for the sake of the entire planet, Parvati.org created the international MAPS Treaty, translated it into the six official UN languages, and distributed it to the heads of government of all 193 member nations of the UN for their formal endorsement. The treaty takes effect with the signatures of 99 countries. MAPS designates the ocean north of the Arctic Circle as an international marine conservation area, precluding all commercialization, industrialization, and militarization in this delicate environment.

Citizens of all nations are urged to sign and share the MAPS petition at https://parvati.org, and to call on their governments to ratify MAPS immediately.

Oceanic Preservation Society Director Louie Psihoyos Endorses Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary

April 10, 2017 – For Immediate Release

Academy Award winning director and Executive Director of the Oceanic Preservation Society, Louie Psihoyos (The Cove/Racing Extinction), has added his support to the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS).

“The Arctic Ocean ecosystem is unique and diverse, home to many species under threat,” says Psihoyos. “The Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary is an essential way to protect this ecosystem and give threatened populations a chance to recover.”

Sea ice is essential for the survival of many Arctic ecosystems, providing important habitats as well as a resting place for marine mammals like polar bears and seals. But it is disappearing quickly, causing the planet’s oceans to absorb ever more heat from the sun, with serious global consequences. For the sake of life in the Arctic and, indeed, all life on the planet, we need MAPS immediately. MAPS is a unique solution to protect Arctic sea ice and the species that rely on it by prohibiting all forms of exploitation in ocean waters north of the Arctic Circle and allowing the sea ice to regenerate.

To expedite the realization of MAPS, Canadian not-for-profit Parvati.org drafted the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary Treaty. The MAPS Treaty has been translated into all official UN languages, sent to all 193 UN member states, and taken to COP 21 and 22. The Treaty takes effect with the signatures of 99 countries. The MAPS Treaty is an essential addendum to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). UNCLOS as it stands permits Arctic coastal states to exploit natural and living resources within their exclusive economic zones.

“We are deeply honoured that Louie Psihoyos has given his support for MAPS,” says Parvati.org founder Parvati Devi. “The Cove and Racing Extinction have awakened many to the dire situation facing many species on the planet at this time. To protect the key and vulnerable Arctic ecosystem, and help marine mammal populations regenerate along with the polar ice, we need MAPS now.”

Citizens of all nations are urged to sign and share the MAPS petition at https://parvati.org, and to call on their governments to ratify MAPS immediately.

 

COMPANY NAME
CONTACT US
Dolor aliquet augue augue sit magnis, magna aenean aenean et! Et tempor, facilisis cursus turpis tempor odio putonius mudako empero brutto populius giten facilisis cursus turpis balocus tredium todo.
Thank You. We will contact you as soon as possible.
COMPANY NAME
CONTACT US
Dolor aliquet augue augue sit magnis, magna aenean aenean et! Et tempor, facilisis cursus turpis tempor odio putonius mudako empero brutto populius giten facilisis cursus turpis balocus tredium todo.
Thank You. We will contact you as soon as possible.

Thank you for committing to live green. Please spread the word to your friends to sign the petitions and keep your footprint on the planet light!

PARVATI.ORG
REQUEST A PRESENTATION
Please let us know your name, title, organization, location (city and country) and how we can get in touch with you.
Thank You. We will contact you as soon as possible.
WRITE THE PRESIDENT
The President
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20500 USA
PGlmcmFtZSBzcmM9Imh0dHBzOi8vd3d3Lmdvb2dsZS5jb20vbWFwcy9lbWJlZD9wYj0hMW0xNCExbTghMW0zITFkMTI0MjAuNjAxNTI0MTMyNzI2ITJkLTc3LjAzNjUyOTghM2QzOC44OTc2NzYzITNtMiExaTEwMjQhMmk3NjghNGYxMy4xITNtMyExbTIhMXMweDAlM0EweDcxNTk2OWQ4NmQwYjc2YmYhMnNUaGUrV2hpdGUrSG91c2UhNWUwITNtMiExc2VuITJzY2EhNHYxNDc5MDc1MzQ1NjAxIiB3aWR0aD0iMzU3IiBoZWlnaHQ9IjQwMCIgZnJhbWVib3JkZXI9IjAiIHN0eWxlPSJib3JkZXI6MCIgYWxsb3dmdWxsc2NyZWVuPjwvaWZyYW1lPg==
Thank you for adding your voice to the call for the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary.