Think like an ocean
Through its Perpetual Planet Initiative, Rolex is supporting ocean conservation non-profit Mission Blue in its goal to create a global network of Hope Spots, areas that deserve protection as they are home to vital marine ecosystems.
A floating rainforest
Perpetual Planet initiative partner Mission Blue is throwing the spotlight on protection of the fabled Sargasso Sea with the arrival of the Sargasso Sea Commission as its formal Champion.
Cathedral in the sea
Emerald rainforests, turquoise waters lapping on to secluded beaches, blissful snorkelling and scuba diving. It is easy to sell the allure of Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula to tourists in search of an adventure holiday: National Geographic once described the area as “the most biologically intense place on Earth”.
A whale cafe in the Azores
Through its Perpetual Planet initiative, Rolex is supporting ocean conservation non-profit Mission Blue in its goal to create a global network of Hope Spots, areas that deserve protection as they are home to vital marine ecosystems.
Watching over the Earth’s Blue Heart
Rolex’s Perpetual Planet initiative supports those using science to understand the world’s environmental challenges and who are finding ways to restore balance to our ecosystems, particularly the oceans, which are under siege from a host of pressures.
Rolex has joined forces with Sylvia Earle’s Mission Blue initiative to watch over and safeguard the Earth’s oceans. Since 2009, Mission Blue has been creating a network of Hope Spots around the planet, flourishing icons of marine life in the immensity of the Earth’s Blue Heart.