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In 2015, our global marine campaign put the future of the ocean in the spotlight. Around the world, WWF is helping to turn the tide. US$24 trillion* 10 MILLION A DAY The ocean was a big story in 2015, reaching up to 10 million people a day during major launches: the reach on Facebook was about 4.6 million and other social media channels also featured strongly. Our reports received over 1,700 media hits across 76 countries in 32 languages in top outlets including Al Jazeera, BBC, CNN, The Hindu, Xinhua, Deutsche Welle, Reuters, The Bangkok Post and many more. The potential collective reach was over a billion people. But it wasn't just about the numbers; the campaign messages were consistently referenced by global opinion-shapers like the World Economic Forum and The Economist, by the leadership of the influential Small Island Developing States bloc, and leaders from the US and the EU, among others. 10 GOVERNMENTS After two years of hard work by WWF and partners, the 10 parties to the Nairobi Convention have agreed to develop a new integrated management approach in the Northern Mozambique Channel - a rich marine area that's vital for the livelihoods and food security of 10 million people, but faces threats from oil and gas exploitation, unsustainable and illegal fishing, and destructive development. Download the report on The yearly value of goods and services that flow from coastal and oceanic environments: US$2.5 trillion *The overall value of the ocean as an asset WWF-INT Annual Review 2015 page 22 VISIT WWF'S GLOBAL MARINE CAMPAIGN WEBSITE http://ocean.panda.org/#report http://ocean.panda.org/

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