Oceans - Our Generous Gene
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28 May Oceans

When we focus declining fish stocks or coral dying from increased acidity, it’s all too easy to forget that our seas cover 70% of the world’s surface and the source of most of our oxygen is our oceans.  

Nature has incredible resilience and given half a chance fish stocks will recover and corals regenerate as human pollution and acidity from CO2 emissions decreases.

Here’s an introduction to some of the organisations making it happen. Small actions count. The power of small actions led by Chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall since 2010 shows how influential we can be when we want.

Truly inspiring: http://www.fishfight.net/story.html



Mike Dickson
Mike Dickson

Mike Dickson is the founder of Rainmaker Foundation, an exceptional community of individuals committed to make the world a better place. He began to understand the power of generosity when he co-founded the children’s charity Whizz-Kidz in 1990. Whizz-Kidz has since raised over £100 million to help more than 20,000 young people with mobility problems whizz about.

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