The High Seas Alliance is a partnership of organizations and groups aimed at building a strong common voice and constituency for the conservation of the high seas. The Alliance is currently made up of 23 NGOs plus the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
The objective of the Alliance is to facilitate international cooperation to establish high seas protected areas and to strengthen high seas governance.
Members of the HSA share and facilitate access to information in order to promote transparency and encourage an informed public discourse related to the mission and goals of the Alliance.
High Seas Alliance members commit to work together to achieve these goals either as members of a collaborative effort through the Alliance, or as individual organizations supported by or affiliated with the Alliance.
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