Members’ News

26 June, 2022

LISBON — On Sunday, 26 June, ahead of the United Nations Ocean Conference being held in Altice Arena – Lisbon, a team, led by OneOcean, will deploy special GPS pollution tracking devices from Praia de Carcavelos at 5:00 pm, to help scientists study the distribution of ocean plastic pollution as part of the #EUBeachCleanup, which will also include a microplastic cleanup of the site.

Continue reading GPS DEVICES SEND “MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE” TO WORLD LEADERS AT UN OCEAN CONFERENCE

15 June, 2022

The UN Ocean Conference taking place from 26 June to 1 July, in Lisbon, Portugal, is designed to provide a space for the international community to push for the adoption of innovative, science-based solutions for the sustainable management of the ocean, including combating water acidification, pollution, illegal fishing and loss of habitats and biodiversity.

Check out a selection of events being organised around the conference by members of the OneOcean Flotilla here.

10 November, 2021

The international community has gathered at COP26, the high level climate change talks in Glasgow, to decide on actions aimed at curbing climate change and preventing the worst. Statements have already been made by many countries on slashing methane emissions and ending deforestation by 2030. As these talks continue, and as countries begin offering more concrete details on the logistics of the promises made thus far, it is crucial that all aspects of the earth-climate system are considered holistically.

Continue reading Press Release: Ocean Climate Dialogue Provides Window Into Stakeholder Priorities for ocean-climate action at COP26

4 November, 2021

On November 8th at COP26, Ocean Visions, in partnership with the Government of Kenya and the Thunderbird School of Global Management, are hosting a side event entitled “Scaling Carbon Removal Worldwide to Achieve the Paris Agreement and Beyond: The Power of Global Partnerships and the Oceans.”

Continue reading COP26 — Scaling Carbon Removal Worldwide to Achieve the Paris Agreement and Beyond: The Power of Global Partnerships and the Oceans

7 October, 2021

IMPAC5: The 5th International Marine Protected Areas Congress

From 1 to 8 September 2022, the world’s leading ocean conservation professionals will meet in Vancouver, Canada to chart a course towards protecting 30% of the global ocean by 2030.

We can ensure future success in protecting the ocean by sharing our past accomplishments. We invite you—as individuals and organizations from around the world—to recount your ocean conservation journeys and lessons learned for future action in ocean protection.

Continue reading Canada welcomes the world to Vancouver in 2022

27 July, 2021

In 2021, we have a unique opportunity to break down silos and make connections; a chance to unite behind the ambitious targets our ocean planet needs.

If we show leadership by focussing on what is in our common interest, we can spend less time on what divides us and take a Values-Based Approach.

Continue reading The Marine CoLAB: Values Based Approach to Connect People to the Ocean in 2021 and beyond

26 July, 2021

Our Africa, Our Ocean, Our Future

In the first-ever virtual event of its kind on the continent, a youth driven marine group called Youth4MPAs in partnership with WILDOCEANS, and supported by World Surf League PURE, The Pew Charitable Trusts and Oceans5 has launched an African Youth Summit focusing on unifying youth across Africa, engaging with global marine experts and amplifying their young voices to advocate for ocean protection.

Watch the official video launch here

Continue reading African Youth Unifying for Ocean Protection: African Youth Summit

6 July, 2021

As of today, public authorities, businesses, and local communities have a new valuable tool at their disposal to help them in the fight against plastic pollution. Seas At Risk has launched a multilingual interactive map offering over 150 best practices to reduce and phase out single-use plastics. The solutions shown have already proved to be effective, and can be easily replicated in other regions or developed on a wider scale. They have been collected from 27 European countries thanks to the contributions of member and partner organisations across and beyond the Seas At Risk network and the Break Free From Plastic movement.