Protect our biggest ocean monument

Hawaii's Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument is a national treasure. Established under the Bush administration and expanded by President Obama, it's one of the largest marine protected areas in the world, a priceless sanctuary to 7,000 species of marine creatures. A quarter of the wildlife it protects are unique to the Hawaiian Islands.

But industry wants to open it to large-scale fishing, which would be disastrous for the monument's rich biodiversity and the sensitive species recovering in its critical habitat.

Send a message to our senators telling them to protect this incredible place.

Subject: Protect Papahanaumokuakea, our most precious marine monument