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Marine Conservation


The Marine Conservation Program focuses on flagship species conservation, key marine ecosystem protection and restoration, and sustainable fisheries. It operates through the SEE Foundation socialized public welfare platform, mobilizing government, corporate, and public forces to address marine ecological degradation and the climate change crisis. The project provides solutions to combat climate change and achieve sustainable goals, supporting the construction of marine ecological civilization and contributing to the global goal of protecting 30% of the oceans by 2023.


Since its establishment until the end of 2023, the project has supported over 60 local marine public welfare organizations, rescued and released over 350 sea turtles, protected 350-450 Chinese white dolphins, and protected and restored critical marine ecosystems such as mangroves, seagrass beds, intertidal zones, and coral reefs, covering over 22,146.2 hectares of area. The project has directly and indirectly benefited millions of people.