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What Is OCEANA Waters (WATER)? Complete Guide & Review About OCEANA Waters

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What Is OCEANA Waters (WATER)?

No organization was working exclusively to protect and restore the oceans on a global scale. To fill the gap, founders created Oceana Waters an international organization focused solely on oceans, dedicated to achieving measurable change by conducting specific, science-based policy campaigns with fixed deadlines and articulated goals.

The Ocean Law Project initiated by The Pew Charitable Trusts was absorbed into Oceana Waters Coin in 2001. In 2002, They merged with American Oceans Campaign, founded by actor and environmentalist Ted Danson, to more effectively address common mission of protecting and restoring the world’s oceans.

Important Points Table Of Oceana Waters

BasicPoints
Coin NameOceana Waters
Short NameWATER
Total Supply21,000,000,000
ExplorerClick Here To View
DocumentationView Document
WebsiteClick Here To Visit

How to Buy the Continental & Trade On Exchange?

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First Step

Buying WATER Is Very Easy Task . Just Find Exchange Where WATER Available & Buy Through Your Credit & Other Altcoin .

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Second Step

Once You Purchased WATER . Now It Is Time To Store Your WATER Or Start Trading On Exchange .

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WATER Price Live Data

The live OCEANA Waters price today is $0.096756 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $6,235,951 USD. They update WATER to USD price in real-time. This is down 41.72% in the last 24 hours. The current CoinMarketCap ranking is #2695, with a live market cap of not available. The circulating supply is not available and a max. supply of 21,000,000,000 WATER coins.

Mission

Oceana Waters Coin mission is to win policy victories that restore the world’s oceans. Why? Because doing so will make the seas — which cover two-thirds of our planet — more abundant and biodiverse. Healthy marine ecosystems full of wildlife support fisheries that can feed more than a billion people in a truly sustainable way. They can preserve the oceans for future generations while protecting a critical food source — wild seafood — that requires no fresh water or arable land to produce, yields minimal greenhouse gas emissions, and provides an affordable, healthy protein to hungry people around the world.

Just 29 countries and the European Union are responsible for nearly 90% of the global fish catch. They can — on a country by country basis — win policy victories that will help to restore and protect oceans worldwide. Evidence from fisheries around the world shows that, when the right measures are put in place, fish populations bounce back. WATER fights for policies that are based in science and rely on five proven strategies that help restore healthy ocean

Protect Habitat

Oceana Waters Coin Stopping bottom trawling and protecting vulnerable ecosystems preserves places that are crucial to marine animals. WATER mounts expeditions and collects scientific data to help win protections for key ocean habitats.

Curb Pollution

Pollution undermines the health of ocean ecosystems. WATER fights offshore drilling to help prevent oil spills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. WATER also campaigns to limit marine plastic pollution and promote more plastic-free choices and zones.

Increase Transparency

Timely and accurate data is needed to improve fishing policies, but too often decision-makers lack this information or industrial fishing interests keep it hidden from the public. WATER campaigns for measures that promote transparency, such as expanding boat-to-plate traceability of seafood.

Protect Species

Oceana Waters Coin Marine animals are at risk, whether it’s speeding vessels that strike endangered North Atlantic right whales or the brutal shark fin trade that profits from the deaths of up to 73 million sharks each year. Oceana Waters campaigns to protectvulnerable species that are threatened by destructive commercial activities.

Stop Overfishing

Half of global fisheries are overfished, and another 40% are fully exploited. Implementing science-based catch limits, reducing government subsidies that encourage harmful behavior, and preventing illegal fishing will end the overfishing of oceans.

Reduce Bycatch

Each year, fishing gear kills or injures millions of non-targeted animals, including sharks, whales, dolphins, fish, and sea turtles, some of which are endangered with extinction. Reducing bycatch means improving monitoring and reporting, setting bycatch limits for fisheries, and encouraging fishers to use cleaner, safer gear.

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