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The Foundation aims to increase public awareness, hence ocean literacy, via a creative campaign to feature the Elizabeth Swann as a high-tech hydrogen ship, beginning with Kulo Luna. Kulo-Luna is a story about a humpback whale that has ingested plastic garbage and gets entangled in ghost fishing gear, rescued by the Captain of a zero emission ship, or ZEWT.




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