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Antarctica Marine Statement message protect the oceans and seas around Antarctica
South Polar Ocean - Austral Ocean


Protect Artic, Antarctica, Tasman sea, NZ eclusive ecomnoic fishing zones, Teritorial fishing
waters, Marine Reserves, protect the oceans seas around antarctic circle ocean, seas,
south polar ocean, austral ocean, the artic waters, Ross sea, southern hemisphere fishing
grounds, fish species, mammals that depend on a pollution free and human free ecosystem,
human free fishing zone, oil mining exporation, whale killing free enviroment regulated
no take waters



Inspired By Nature











Antarctica Mission Message


Message to The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), made along of
24 nationals and the European Union, Heads of States, Mr President of the U.S.A., The Prime Ministers of
New Zealand and Australia, the G 20 Leaders, Her Majesty Queen Ellizabeth the 2nd, and Embassy's around
the world.



Inspired By Nature


Whales in Antarctic waters




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14-09-2014





PROTECT THE OCEANS AND SEAS AROUND ANTARCTICA AND THE SPECIES THAT DEPEND ON A POLLUTION FREE
AND HUMAN FREE ECOSYSTEM FOR THERE OWN SURVIAL AND EXISTENCE.





MAKE THE ARTIC REGION, ANTARCTIC REGION INCLUDING the ROSS SEA    A    NO TAKE FISHERY ZONE, BAN COMMERCIAL VESSELS
And MILITARY VESSELS DUMPPING RUBBISH WASTE and UNTREATED SEWAGE into THE SEA & OCEANS, FREE FROM OIL EXPORATION,
FREE FROM OIL DRILLING, MINING, and the KILLING OF MAMMALS IN THE ARTIC and ANTARCTIC OCEANS, SEAS and WATERS.



                                                            


PROTECT THE OCEANS AND TASMAN SEA - COOK STRAIT AND THE SPECIES THAT DEPEND ON A POLLUTION AND DUMPING FREE
ZONE FROM COMMERCIAL FISHING, SUBSIDISED COMMERCIAL FISHING, COMMERCIAL SHIPPING DUMPING NON BIO DEGRADABLE
WASTES, Untreated Ballast Water IN THERE ECOSYSTEMS FOR THE SPECIES OWN SURVIAL AND EXISTENCES.



SAVE THE MAUI DOLPHINS AND HECTOR DOLPHINS IN THERE OWN MARINE RESERVE.



REASONS

The oceans around Antarctic are the only oceans on this earth still relatively untouched by human activity. They are home to almost 10,000 unique and diverse species, many of which cannot be found anywhere else on the planet. But today the Antarctic waters are under threat. While other marine ecosystems are threatened and devastated by development, pollution, mining, oil drilling and overfishing, Antarctica's Ross Sea remains one of the most intact on the planet and call for the establishment of the world's largest network of Marine Protected Areas and a no-take marine reserves to protect antarctic marine habitats

Fishing by illegal, unregulated and unreported (IUU) vessels, often using "flags of convenience" is on the rise. In some parts of the Southern Ocean, unsustainable fishing methods such as deep sea gillnets are in use in some areas. These gillnets can reach more than 100 kilometres in length and are a threat to almost all marine life, including marine mammals and non-targeted fish species such as rays.

As the world's oceans continue to run out of fish, due to decades of overfishing, more and more fishing vessels are traveling to remote areas such as Antarctica's Southern Ocean to fill their holds. Commercial harvesting, particularly of the slow-growing and long-lived Antarctic and Patagonian toothfish (also known as the Chilean sea bass) is on the rise. As well as threatening this pivotal species, the removal of any toothfish and the taking of krill as food for fish farms is not acceptable in Antarctica's Marine Ecosystem and a no-take marine reserve in the Antarctic region is mandatory.

In 1991, the international community made a courageous decision to protect the Antarctic region as a natural reserve for peace research and science. This included a ban on mining, oil exploration and should have extend to Antarctica's magnificent marine environment, leaving it at risk. The Japanese killing and taking of whales in no way should be accepted as research.

New Zealand was one of two countries to oppose further protection measures in a secret vote at the International Union for Conservation of Nature's conference. A vote was held on New Zealand banning gill and trawl nets in waters up to 100 metres deep - 117 countries and 459 organisations voted for the move.By voting against essential protection for the world's most endangered marine dolphin, the New Zealand Government has acted shamefully and can no longer claim to be leaders in conservation

The Environmental Defence Society report, Wonders of the Sea: protection of New Zealand's marine mammals, cites a failure of leadership, legislation and the ability of lobbyists and self-serving bureaucrats to stymie progress.The report, co-written by EDS oceans researcher Kate Mulcahy, exposes what amounts to buck-passing, lack of responsibility, toothless regulations and the triumph of economics over science and research. The systemic problems are more subtle than overt - legislation without practical powers split among agencies with silo mentalities and sometimes conflicting priorities, and a lack of public funding for much-needed research.

In this environment, a well-resourced fishing lobby has been free to conduct an obfuscation master class to running rings around bureaucrats, politicians, scientists, conservationists, and Government agency the Department of Conservation, which the report argues should be taking the leadership role, is cast as growing weaker as the pressures on species have strengthened.

When the Marine Mammals Protection Act was passed in 1978, New Zealand was hailed as world-leading. Its main mechanism for helping threatened marine mammals is for New Zealand's Department of Conversation to prepare a population management plan, which can include measures such as limits on fishing by-catch (marine life accidentally caught in the hunt for fish). Work on a plan for sea lions began in the late 1990s but took eight years to complete. In 2009, the Director- General of Conservation shelved the plan because it was out of date. Over that period, the sea lion was reclassified from nationally threatened to nationally critical.

Hector's and Maui's dolphin among the rarest and smallest dolphins in the world. Maui's population critically endangered; Hector's nationally threatened. 2011 estimate that only 55 Maui's adults remain, confined to part of west coast North Island. Vulnerable to entanglement in set (gill) nets and trawling. Set net bans and other protection measures often delayed or overturned by fishing industry court challenges. Hector's population off Canterbury also affected by dolphinwatching vessels

Fishing threats in New Zealand have, by default, been managed by the fisheries ministry (now merged into the MPI), whose "sustainable management" focus aims to allow continued fishing of commercial stocks. The Fisheries Act has no specific goals to protect marine mammals and, like the MMPA, no specific powers to minimise by-catch. The New Zealand Department of Conservation is grossly underfunded and conservation science in general is grossly under funded," says Dr Rochelle Constantine, a marine scientist at Auckland University. She praises The Departmentof Conservation for funding surveys of the critically endangered Maui's dolphin in 2010 and 2011 which led to the population estimate being further slashed to around 55 adults. "But no one else is stepping up to fund more research."

A likely consequence of it all is the extinction of Maui's dolphin, which risks putting New Zealand's environmental reputation on a par with China's - the last country to preside over the loss of a cetacean, the Yangtse River dolphin. Accordingly this shows New Zealand does not have the ability or political will to manage, save and fund endangered species in its owns coastal waters let alone have the responsibilty to manage such an important area as the Antarctic ecosystemsThe New Zealand fishing industry has used scientific doubt to routinely challenge fishing bans or limits, succeeding as often as not.

In 34 years, no population management plan has been put in place. Accordingly how can the New Zealand Government be trusted to manage, police, apprehend and prosecute partial fishing in Antarctic waters, a no take fishery should be imposed immediately and a ban on all whaling taking should also be imposed immediately in the entire Antarctic region.

So, are more rules needed to force countries to comply, or fewer? Right now it's bottom, the system is in semi chaos. There's an industry in negotiating new agreements and it's chaos out there. The trouble is, it's not in the interests of most governments to change the status quo unless the common people rally and tell them on a massive scale that they must do so. Join the revolution of people power and rise with the tide and force them to stop procasternating and make the Artic and Antarctic regions    

A no take, no touch, no exploration, no mining, no killing mammals or whales regions.
Ban commercial vessels And military vessels dumping rubbish, waste and untreated sewage
into the seas & oceans, free from oil exporation, oil drilling mining, and the killing of mammals
in the Artic, Antarctic Oceans, Seas and Waters .    NOW !


By Sending them a message to all listed below.

UPDATE WHATS HAPPENING IN THE ARTIC REGION.


The previous time the Arctic was this warm was 120,000 years ago.
Thursday 31 October 2013 16.11 GMT

Aerial view of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean from a helicopter launched
off the Greenpeace MY Arctic Sunrise 13 September, 2012.


Could it be that the entire Antarctic ice and sea mass will follow the
Same FATE as Global Warming is Accelerating


Click to Read more ............

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ANTARCTICA

"It's a bad day, not just for Antarctica but for the world's oceans, because so many fisheries are over-exploited and this was the one place we
could create a reserve," she said. "The fact it can be blocked by a few nations with interests in fishing is very hard to take.

RISE UP AND PROTEST NOW !



Delegates and the Worlds Citizens are frustrated as talks to create huge Antarctic marine reserves fail

The Guardian, Friday 1 November 2013 07.13 GMT
Russia, Ukraine and China scupper plans to protect 'last intact ocean ecosystem on earth'

Talks to create the world's two largest marine reserves in the Antarctic have broken down, with conservationists branding
Russia a "repeat offender" for blocking an international agreement. Delegates from 24 nations and the European Union
have been locked in talks in Hobart for the past 10 days at the annual meeting of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic
Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) . But the negotiations have ended in frustration for the nations, including Australia and the US,
that proposed vast protected zones around Antarctica, with Russia, Ukraine and China refusing to back the plans


Click to Read more ............




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Make the Artic and Antarctic regions A no take, no touch, no exploration, no mining, no killing mammals or whales regions.
Ban commercial vessels And military vessels dumping rubbish, waste and untreated sewage into the seas & oceans, free from oil
exporation, oil drilling mining, and the killing of mammals in the Artic and Antarctic Oceans, Seas and Waters .    NOW !!


TO

The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), made up of 24 nationals and the European Union,

Heads of States Worldwide,

Mr President of the U.S.A.

The Prime Ministers of New Zealand and Australia,

The G 20 Leaders,

Her Majesty Queen Ellizabeth the 2nd.

Your nearest Japaneese embassy.

Your nearest Chineese Embassy.

Your nearest Tiawan Embassy.

Your nearest South Korea Embassy.

Your nearest New Zealand Embassy.

Your nearest Australian Embassy.

Your nearest U.S.A. Embassy.

Your nearest British Embassy.

Your nearest South Africa Embassy.

Your nearest Argentina Embassy.

Your nearest Russian Embassy.

Your nearest French Embassy.

Your nearest German Embassy.

Your nearest Ukraine Embassy.

and Your Environment Minister.



                                                              

SAVE THE MAUI DOLPHINS AND HECTOR DOLPHINS IN THERE OWN MARINE RESERVE.


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TEAM SAVE THE OCEANS AND SEAS AROUND ANTARCTICA, TASMAN SEA AND THE SPECIES THAT DEPEND ON A POLLUTION FREE

AND HUMAN WASTE DUMPING FREE ECOSYSTEMS FOR THERE OWN SURVIAL AND EXISTENCE. TEAM LOOKING FOR COMMERCIAL, CORPORATE, GOVT, UN GRANTS and / or PRIVATE SPONSORSHIP AS A INSPIRING, PROMOTIONAL AND SUPPORT / AMBASSADOR SAILING VESSEL 27 METER FAST OCEAN GOING SAILING [ FAST COMBINED CRUISER / RACER MULTIHULL ] FULLY EQUIPPED SAILING MULTIHULL TRIMARAN VESSEL. OFFICE WITH CURVED FOILING DAGGER BOARDS T RUDDERS ALL WEATHER VESSEL : TO INSPIRE, AND TO BRING TO THE WORLD CITIZENS ATTENTION THE URGENT NEED FOR CLEAN and WASTE DUMPING FREE OCEANS WATER , SEAS WATER , HARBOUR WATERS, LAKES WATER and SAVE ENDANGERED SPECIES MAMMALS, BIRDS: CATASTROPHIC AND MASSIVE POLLUTION / HUMAN WASTE and FISHING DUMPING IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE PREVENTION. SPONSORSHIP FOR THE VESSEL AND MY TEAM THEY SHOULD PROVIDE - NOW ! ! !


THEY SHOULD BAN ALL COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY SHIPPING FROM DUMPING ALL GARBAGE AND UNTREATED SEWAGE INTO HARBOURS WATERS, OCEANS WATERS, STRAIT WATERS AND SEAS WATER and WATER WAYS BY MAKING IT COMPULSORY THAT ALL NEW PORTS, ALL MODERNISATION, & ALL IMPROVEMENTS TO EXISTING PORTS FACILITIES MUST INCLUDE RECYCLING AND DUMPING RECEIVING FACILITIES FOR ALL GARBAGE AND UNTREATED SEWAGE / BALLAST WATER In Antarctic and THE Southern Hemisphere : : : :


THEY MUST DO NOW ! ! !

                                            

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September 2012




Whale on the high seas Antarctic waters, where there is no marine reserve.


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Copyright April 2014

CONGRATULATIONS AUSTRALIA : :

Japans scientific whaling A Charade Japan's whaling on the high seas, Southern Oceans, Southern Hemisphere has been prove another great Sovergn State LIE.

TheTHE HAGUE, Netherlands court ruling Mar 31, 2014 20:07. HRS.
Activist Pete Bethune, a New Zealander Said "The court dissected their scientific program, pulled it to bits and it proved that the amount of science is tiny relative to
the commercial aspects," From the HAGUE

If this was a Athlete , a Sports Team, or Olympium caught cheating, lying or a Prime Minister misleading the public
They would get A life Time Ban. WHERE IS THE JUSTICE. JAPAN SHOULD GET A LIFE TIME BAN NOW ! !


READ COURT DECISION STORY.




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