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MARINE LIVING PLANET INDEX 1 INDEX VALUE (1970 =1) 49% DECLINE 0 1970 1980 1990 2000 2012 YEAR MARINE POPULATIONS HAVE DECLINED NEARLY 50% SINCE 1970 Living Blue Planet Report ocean.panda.org/#report US$490-920 BILLION Protecting 30 per cent of marine and coastal areas could generate US$490-920 billion and 150,000-180,000 full-time jobs between now and 2050, according to research we published last year. Globally, marine protected areas cover only about 4 per cent of the ocean, but this is growing: 2015 brought significant advances, with countries including Madagascar, Malaysia, New Zealand, Chile, the United States and the Pacific island nation of Kiribati announcing major new protection for waters under their jurisdiction. Our campaign aimed to further boost this coverage by showing how investment in ocean protection pays high dividends to people, nature and economies. 543,723 PEOPLE FOR THE REEF Australia's Great Barrier Reef has been spared from the threat of huge volumes of dredge spoil being dumped within its waters. Australia committed to introduce a permanent ban on dumping, following a global WWF campaign including a petition which attracted 543,723 supporters. The World Heritage Committee has put the Australian government on "probation" until the health of the reef improves, while a number of banks have backed out of financing new coal terminals near the reef. WWF-INT Annual Review 2015 page 23 http://ocean.panda.org/#report

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