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WE ARE ALL
BODIES OF WATER
La Mer Blue Heart
Our blue planet, our beating hearts: Water comprises both in almost-equal amounts, a proportion so perfectly aligned that it’s impossible to call it coincidence. Faced with this fact, it’s clear that we cannot separate ourselves from our seas. The ocean’s wellbeing is our wellbeing, and protecting it ensures a bright future for us all.
We are committed to helping protect marine habitats across the globe, in hopes to ensure future flourishing seas for generations to come. Through charitable donations by the La Mer Blue Heart Oceans Fund, we strive to create ripples of good that leads to waves of change.
We launched this fund to further our La Mer Blue Heart initiatives, which help support ocean conservation efforts around the world.
50% OF EARTH'S OXYGEN COMES FROM THE OCEAN.
Protect the organisms that produce it by supporting the planting of mangroves and seagrass.
THE SEA HAS BECOME 30% MORE ACIDIC IN THE PAST 200 YEARS DUE TO CARBON EMISSIONS.
Take fewer car trips and save one pound of carbon for every mile not driven.
80% OF MARINE POLLUTION ORIGINATES INLAND.
Get involved in neighborhood clean-up programs—local acts have a global impact.
OUR BLUE HEART IMPACT
Discover how the La Mer Blue Heart Oceans Fund supports ocean conservation
Our support for The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy’s work in the Caribbean is dedicated to strengthening the resilience of coastal communities and protecting resources they depend on. So far, we’ve helped them plant over 400,000 mangroves in the Dominican Republic, protecting against coastal erosion and the impacts of climate change.
Our support for EarthEcho International
"EarthEcho’s OceanEcho 30X30 initiative aims to build a global youth movement to protect 30% of our ocean by 2030. Key regions of focus include the Galápagos, Antarctica, coastal California and southeast Florida.
Together, we also launched the Future in the Bag campaign, working with local communities across the United States to reduce the use of plastic bags."
Our support for the Oceano Azul Foundation
"To aid them in their mission of creating a Blue Generation in the Azores (and eventually more of the Portuguese-speaking world), we supported the development of educational content and a training program that has equipped nearly 30% of Azorean teachers to bring ocean literacy to primary school students on the islands.
We also supported the Oceano Azul Expedition, leading to the discovery of the LUSO Hydrothermal Field. This area has unique environmental conditions compared to other known hydrothermal fields, creating a zone of high biological, geological and chemical importance."
La Mer Blue Heart Oceans Fund helped support the planting of 30,000 mangroves in the Caribbean.
La Mer Blue Heart Oceans Fund supports conservation initiatives in The Azores, Grenada and East China Sea.
We launch La Mer Blue Heart Oceans Fund as a way to make charitable contributions that support ocean preservation efforts.
La Mer partners with high-profile ocean advocates to encourage consumers worldwide to share ocean inspirations through #LaMerBlueHeart.
We support two new National Geographic Society Emerging Explorers who are making strides in ocean sustainability research and biofluorescence.
We kick off a 3-year partnership with the National Geographic Society to help support their emerging explorers program.
We work with renowned ocean-explorer Dr. Sylvia Earle to delve into underwater habitat protection and address actionable changes.
Together with National Geographic, we launch “La Mer Oceans”, a photography competition featuring majestic interpretations of oceans everywhere.
We’re partnering with leading conservationists, scientists and creators to educate and empower
the next generation of ocean advocates—and inspire action in support of protecting our sparkling seas.
A leading environmentalist, explorer, and award-winning filmmaker, Philippe focuses his conservation efforts on empowering youth around the world to build a sustainable future for our oceans.
DR. AYANA ELIZABETH JOHNSON
Dr. Johnson is a marine biologist, policy expert, and the founder of Urban Ocean Lab, a think tank for the future of coastal cities.
One of the most influential wildlife photojournalists of our time, Thomas brings the world’s oceans and islands to life through the lens of conservation.
In the journey to protect the living connection we all have to the ocean,
we know that even small acts of participation can make a huge impact.