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June 3, 2019

The Ocean Awards for 2019 - Judges' Special Award to the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program

The Ocean Awards 2019

The winners of the Ocean Awards for 2019 have been announed and among them is the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program. The Judges' Special Award was given for the creation in January 2018 of the Diego Ramirez-Drake Passage Marine Park. The 25th marine protected area in Chile, the seventh in Patagonia and the largest such park in South America, it extends over 144,390 square kilometres and a stretch of ocean with a rich biodiversity of its own.

Learn more about the Ocean Awards and this year's judges here.