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Fourth Element partners with Love the Ocean

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Fourth Element and Love The Oceans, a non-profit organization dedicated to marine conservation, have announced their partnership, a collaboration that represents a shared commitment to protecting our oceans and promoting sustainable practices within the diving community.

Love The Oceans is widely recognized for their exceptional work in marine conservation and their dedication to community development in Mozambique. The organization's approach involves not only protecting marine wildlife and habitats, but also empowering local communities to become guardians of their own environment.

They place a strong emphasis on empowering women in the field of marine conservation. The team actively supports and encourages women to participate in their research programmes, providing opportunities for training, leadership development, and career advancement, inspiring a new generation of female scientists and conservationists.

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The partnership between Fourth Element and Love the Ocean will be far-reaching


Love The Oceans seek out passionate individuals within local communities and provide them with training and resources. Fourth Element will then support these champions to become divers and ambassadors of the ocean, spreading awareness, implementing sustainable practices, and inspiring others to join the movement.

“We are thrilled to embark on this partnership with Love The Oceans,” said Jim Standing, co-founder of Fourth Element. “Our shared commitment to sustainable practices and marine conservation makes this collaboration a natural fit. We believe that by joining forces, we can amplify our efforts to protect our oceans and inspire positive change within the diving community.”

Francesca Trotman, Founder and CEO of Love The Oceans, expressed her excitement about the collaboration, stating, “We're thrilled to be working with Fourth Element, a brand that aligns with our values and ethos. This partnership will enable us to get more local community members scuba diving in Mozambique, monitoring our reef systems, and striving for better protection of our marine world. Working together, we're conserving Mozambique's coastline for generations to come”

Photo credit: Mario Guilamba

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hans
hans
8 months ago

Keep up the good work – the Oceans need Protection!

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Mark Evans
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Scuba Diver's Editorial Director Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. nearly 40-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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