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As part of our #GoGreenWithRazer initiative, we’re diving into the deep blue with Panerai to make every second count when it comes to ocean conservation.

Jointly partnered with Conservation International Asia-Pacific, both Razer and Panerai are proud to support the vital marine species research they do—a project which focuses on manta ray conservation.


Focusing on satellite tagging of manta rays, the project explores the movements and behavior of these gentle, intelligent giants of the ocean.

Spearheaded by Conservation International’s world-renowned coral reef ecologist and marine conservationist Dr. Mark Erdmann, the marine species research project gathers data—including temperature, depth, and location—which, when paired with known hazards and other information, can be used to inform conservation management of the animals and their habitats.

This is essential to encourage legal protection measures, which include the establishment, upholding, and implementation of marine protected areas (MPAs). The presence of these species also provides alternative livelihoods through tourism and recreational diving, creating more reasons to protect the area.

In support of this project, we encourage you to take a dive into the deep blue and make time for our ocean with us.



People need nature – and for over 30 years, Conservation International has worked to protect it. Through cutting-edge science, innovative policy, and global reach, they empower people to protect the nature that we all rely on for food, fresh water, and livelihoods. In the Asia-Pacific, Conservation International has been implementing conservation programs for over 20 years.

The oceans are the origin and engine of all life on this planet – and they are in extreme peril. Unprecedented sea-level rise and dangerously warming waters caused by climate change are among a list of grim impacts predicted by a recent United Nations report. Immediate and transformative action is needed to prevent the UN’s stark warning from becoming a reality. We need to protect at least 30 percent of the world’s ocean for it to continue to provide food, climate stability, and healthy ecosystems.

Conservation International Asia-Pacific has extensive experience in ocean conservation, working with businesses, governments, and communities to protect the ocean in the region. Using innovative tools, technologies, and approaches to prioritize marine protected areas, fisheries management, and equipping coastal communities with the tools needed to mitigate climate change, Conservation International Asia-Pacific has worked to protect 3.5 million km2 of ocean and their marine scientists have discovered over 1,000 new vertebrate species.