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.

Picture shows female diver underwater in snorkels, goggles and fins
Picture shows female diver underwater in snorkels, goggles and fins
Picture shows three children looking right out into the distance. Warm light is on their skin but the background is dark.

OUR MISSION

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.

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Picture shows a sandy beach with waves coming in.

LA MER
BLUE HEART

O C E A N S  F U N D

We launched this fund to further our

La Mer Blue Heart initiatives, which

help support ocean conservation

efforts around the world.

TO PROTECT THE OCEAN IS TO PROTECT OURSELVES
OUR BLUE HEART EFFORTS

LA MER BLUE HEART AMBASSADORS

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.

Portrait of Philippe Cousteau. Young white male adult wearing a black t-shirt, looking to the left.

PHILIPPE COUSTEAU

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.

Portrait of Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson looking into the camera, a black lady wearing a black top, glasses and hoop earrings, with natural hair.

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.

Portrait of Thomas Peschak, a white man with beard looking to the left.

THOMAS PESCHAK

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.

OUR ONGOING COMMITMENT

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.