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#ExploreYourOcean in 24 languages!
With the newest release of the European Atlas of the Seas today, citizens from all around Europe now have access to stunning marine maps and interactive oceanic information in their own language, making the Atlas an even more accessible and useful educational tool. From now on, visitors can navigate the Atlas in the 24 official languages of the European Union, as well as explore a wide range of popular marine topics, such as tourism, litter, environment, energy, aquaculture, and much more!
“Protecting the ocean, and using our marine resources sustainably, starts with knowledge and understanding. The European Atlas of the Seas helps to improve the ‘ocean literacy’ of us all. Thanks to its availability in all official EU languages, the Atlas will finally become an indispensable resource not only for professionals, but also for educators and students all across Europe, to better understand the importance of oceans and take the right decisions to save them”, declared Virginijus Sinkevičius, EU Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries.
The Atlas also comes with a range of new features as of today, including easier ways to print maps, an improved measurement tool as well as the integration of short stories highlighting interesting map layers. An interactive help function now guides visitors through these new features of the Atlas.
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