New Treaty of the High Seas: protection or restriction of freedom?


Global commitment of Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Agreement.

The new treaty will allow to establish large-scale marine protected areas on the high seas, which are also necessary to meet the global commitment of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Agreement concluded last December to protect at least 30% of the ocean by 2030.

⛵️ 🌊❌👁 Well, under the guise of saving the biosphere and fighting climate change, get the first steps in restricting freedom of movement in the international waters. Stay home.

It is important to note here that the UN, together with the states, will choose a tactic whereby access or stay in certain maritime zones will be restricted for conventional fuel boats. This will all be based on pollution and that it is imperative that the diesel fleet be converted to hybrid, hydrogen, or electric. The cost of such new vessels or conversion to alternative propulsion will not be affordable to many voyagers.

🤝🆘🚨🛠 So our project task is not just to follow trends and encourage this, but to try to help those who want to stay sailing and economically make the conversion to provide the necessary autonomy and independence from the "system".

⛵️ This will protect many sailors from being obstructed from moving freely and allow many to stay on the water and support the free seafaring community. Support us along the way!



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