In a world at sea over climate change, Aquaman takes fight for oceans off-screen

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Actor Jason Momoa joins 7,000 others at UN Ocean Conference, saying we must seek to right our wrongs

Actor Jason Momoa joins 7,000 others at UN Ocean Conference, saying we must seek to right our wrongs

Actor Jason Momoa joins 7,000 others at UN Ocean Conference, saying we must seek to right our wrongs

ByCatarina Demony and Miguel PereiraIn superhero blockbuster Aquaman, Jason Momoa plays the role of protector of the deep, but with the world’s oceans under threat in real life, he is also taking the fight off-screen...This article is reserved for Sunday Times subscribers.

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27 June 2022 - 20:38 By Catarina Demony and Miguel Pereira In superhero blockbuster Aquaman, Jason Momoa plays the role of protector of the deep, but with the world’s oceans under threat in real life, he is also taking the fight off-screen.Environment ‘The ocean needs us’: Aquaman star says ‘save the oceans’ Aquaman star, Jason Momoa on Sunday, urges for the protection of world’s oceans by ‘seeking to right the wrongs that we have done’ by.Sunday 26 June 2022 - 5:25pm G7 world leaders agree to ban Russia gold exports, further putting the squeeze on Russia's finances POOL/AFP | BENOIT TESSIER World powers on Sunday agreed to ban gold exports from Russia, kicking off a G7 meeting aimed at taking new steps to deplete Moscow's war chest and bolster Ukraine's defences.Zakhele “Zakes Bantwini” Madida, Ashley Raphala, known as DJ Shimza, Lasizwe Dambuza, Zola Nombona and Luthato “Loot Love” Shosha are some of the celebrities who walked the carpet which seemed a bit dry at the beginning.

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