The Ocean Mapping Expedition

The Swiss expedition engaged in a 4-year journey (2015-2019) around the world in the wake
 of Magellan onboard sailboat Fleur de Passion to measure the human impact on the oceans has already identified several strong methane and carbon dioxide emission areas between Mactan, Philippines, where The Winds of Change program on monitoring greenhouse gases 
was launched at the end of 2017 in partnership with the University of Geneva,
and Jakarta where the expedition arrived on 2 April 2018.

The stopover of The Ocean Mapping Expedition at Marina Batavia 
with the support of the Embassy of Switzerland in Indonesia was the last one before the crossing of the Indian Ocean, a six-week long navigation towards Madagascar then Mozambique and South Africa, with the Chaos archipelago as the only possible stop in between.