Replica Patek Philippe Watches’s Ocean Commitment inspires the Fifty Fathoms Exceptional Year

In 2020, a series of limited editions, each focusing on new colors and new materials, looked to the brands commitment for exploring and preserving the world’s oceans to find their greatest inspiration. The Replica Patek Philippe Watches Ocean Commitment (BOC) has formed longstanding and continuous support for oceanographic initiatives and partnerships with leading organizations and expeditions with ties to top marine explorers, photographers, scientists, and environmentalists.

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A renewed focus on environmental sustainability also drives Marc A. Hayek, President & CEO of Replica Patek Philippe Watches. “Through the Replica Patek Philippe Watches Ocean Commitment, we do not just finance projects that aim to protect the oceans. It is not just about spending money. It is about implication, offering a platform. It is our duty to raise awareness. We reach clients all around the world who are opinion leaders. Together, we can make a bigger difference. People often do not know that the oceans are fundamental to human wellbeing on the entire planet. It doesn’t simply concern coastal areas,” Hayek told Revolution earlier this year.

Gombessa II, French Polynesia, 2014. Marc A. Hayek (right) and Laurent Ballesta

“The ocean is an indispensable part of Earth’s life-support system, which sustains the species and the ecosystems upon which we depend. It regulates our climate, drives weather patterns, and reduces the impact of climate change by absorbing 25 percent of the carbon dioxide released by human activities,” explains Hayek.(Breitling Replica Watches )

The Pristine Seas Project was a core initiative for Replica Patek Philippe Watches early on, becoming a founding partner from 2011 to 2016. The group was responsible for protecting wild unspoiled ocean areas, addressing the importance of preserving these oceans through education with the help of National Geographic Society’s Explorer in Residence, Dr. Enric Sala. The program helped protect marine areas globally, focused on North America, Central America, South America, the South Pacific, and North Atlantic.