Enhancing marine life through rejuvenation of endangered species

Our oceans are under huge pressure to survive from overfishing, pollution, chemical changes and global warming. Learn how Sea Life Rescue can change the tide with our rescue ships.

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Overfishing is a

Global Issue

10%under fished

61%fully fished

29%over fished

Our Marine Resources

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Since the 1960s total fish biomass in parts of the ocean has reduced by more than 90%

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What are your prospects for fish at all?

2045?

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Bycatch is a significant threat to the health of our oceans

Wildlife can get entangled in fishing nets and lines as a result of poorly managed fisheries, leading to the death of millions of animals every year.

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Seabirds

200,000/year in Europe alone

Shrimps

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For every target shrimp, 14 non-targeted species are caught

Sharks

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Longline fisheries catch sharks instead of the intended target at least 20-50% of the time

Dolphines, porpoises, whales

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> 300,000per year

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Turtles

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> 300,000per year

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Global fishing subsidies total $27 billion.

Of these, $20 billion are considered harmful.

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  • harmful subsidies
  • non-harmful subsidies
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Farmed fish is not the only solution

Poor fish farming practices can cause pollution of surrounding waters and use products that may contain chemicals and antibiotics.

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In the Wild

Death from microplastics

Wild spawned juveniles in early development sometimes eat microplastic before they have a fully developed stomach and die. Sea Life Rescue solves this problem by first feeding nutrient-rich foods to ensure the juveniles have the best energy reserves to develop a fully functioning digestive system before being released.

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Collection & Reproduction

Catching & Spawning Adults

Adult fish are trapped in cages and transferred to special tanks on board the ship and spawn naturally. Every viable egg is fertilized, developing into juveniles feed a high energy diet free from microplastics.

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On the ship

Feeding & Release

Thanks to the first feeding of nutrient rich food the juveniles have a fully developed stomach to pass through any microplastic they eat in the wild. Then they get released into nursery protected areas which have sea grass, weed beads, rocks and coral reefs for the juviniles to contine to grow into healthy fish.

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Save the Oceans - Feed the World!

### Save the Oceans - **Feed the World!**
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We develop advanced technologies for the repopulation of marine life focusing on critically endangered species while helping solve some of humanity's social and environmental issues.

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Customized ships will release billions of fertilized eggs and juveniles, assisting in overcoming the effects of micro-plastics on the reproductive cycle of life in our oceans.

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Our Rescue Ships

Sea Life Rescue is a modular and rapidly deployable Ocean Hatchery, tasked at rejuvenating critically endangered species around the globe to resolve critical biodiversity and humanitarian issues.

Rescue One

Vessels selected for reduced environmental impact, fuel efficiency, diesel electric propulsion and large cargo space.

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Green Passport

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CO2 Recovery

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Diesel Electric

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Green Passport

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Global Rejuvenation

Fish Species

Based on the IUCN (International Union of Conservation for Nature) Red List of endangered species and using proven aquaculture breeding techniques.

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Global Dead Zones

Global Ocean Oxygen Network

Based on the finding of UNESCO’s Global Ocean Oxygen Network (GO2NE), related to deoxygenation of open ocean and coastal waters.

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Wastewater from sewage and agriculture adds excess phosphates and nitrogen which stimulate blooms of noxious and toxic algae in coastal ecosystems.

Excess algae growth decomposes with aerobic bacteria causing hypoxic (oxygen-depleted) Dead Zones leading to eutrophication causing animals to die.

Dead Zones result in biodiversity collapse, major economic losses for coastal fishing industries, and release of (NOX) nitrous oxide, a greenhouse gas 300x more powerful than CO2.

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What people are saying!

The next 10 years will be the most important in the next 10,000 years in terms of shaping a future where humans can have a hope for an enduring place within the natural systems that keep us alive.

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Sylvia Earle

Marine Biologist

"The world’s oceans are becoming a ‘toxic soup’ of industrial waste and plastic." & "Industrial overfishing is more dangerous to the ocean than plastic"

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David Attenborough

Naturalist

### What people are **saying!**

Join us Today & Watch the Video

Our oceans are under huge pressure to survive from overfishing, pollution, chemical changes and global warming. Learn how Sea Life Rescue can change the tide with our rescue ships.

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Help Sea Life Rescue heal the world’s oceans. Collectively we are launching a project to rejuvenate critically endangered marine species. Nature needs a helping hand before its too late. Join today!

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Captain Ken Maff

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Sea Life Rescue Founder

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