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Date:
Friday, May 22, 2015
Author: 94

By Ben Scheelk, Program Associate

There is an old bit of weather lore that states:

Red sky at night, sailor's delight.
Red sky in the morning, sailor's warning.

Tags:
Ocean Leadership, Advocacy
News
Date:
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Author: 8

ON-BK435_PenPhi_G_20150513173918.jpgWe at The Ocean Foundation envisioned an unprecedented ocean-centric investment fund.  Thus, over 5 years we reviewed over 3,000 companies looking for products and services that are “actively good for the ocean.” 

Tags:
Ocean Leadership
Blog
Date:
Monday, May 11, 2015
Author: 94

by Jessie Neumann, TOF Marketing Intern

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Tags:
Ocean Literacy
Blog
Date:
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Author: 94

by Mark J. Spalding, President of the Ocean Foundation

On many of my trips I seem to spend more time with interesting people in windowless conference rooms than by the water or in the diverse places where people who care about the ocean work.  The last trip of April was an exception. I was lucky enough to spend time with the people of the Discovery Bay Marine Laboratory, which is about an hour from Jamaica’s Montego Bay airport. 

Tags:
Conserving Marine Habitats and Special Places
News
Date:
Friday, May 8, 2015
Author: 94

OurGenY will bring together local leaders to discuss the economic value and health of our shared ocean resources in San Diego. Public, Private, Non-Profit, Lifestyle panelists will face off on the subject, rounding out an evening filled with live music, delicious bites, generous libations and outrageous entertainment.

Tags:
Ocean Leadership
News
Date:
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Author: 94

Daria Siciliano, of TOF project Cuba Marine Research and Conservation, is featured in KQED Science talking about the recent shipment of 200 years of coral cores from Cub

Tags:
Coral Reefs
News
Date:
Friday, May 1, 2015
Author: 94

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The Ocean Foundation author and visiting scholar at M.I.T., Deborah Cramer, contributes an opinion piece for The New York Times about the red knot, a resilient bird who migrates thousands of miles each year from one end of the earth to the other.

Tags:
Protecting Species of Concern
News
Date:
Friday, April 24, 2015
Author: 94

Wallace J. Nichols, TOF project coordinator,  is the featured cover story this June for Surfer Magazine.  He talks about his recently published book, Blue Mind, which made a run on The New York Times bestseller list.

Tags:
Ocean Literacy
Blog
Date:
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Author: 94

by Michael Bourie, TOF Intern

Tags:
Coral Reefs, Coasts and Beaches
Blog
Date:
Tuesday, August 15, 2006
Author: 94

The Ocean Foundation is the first “community foundation” for the oceans, with all the well-established tools of a community foundation and a unique focus on marine conservation. As such, The Ocean Foundation addresses two major obstacles to more effective marine conservation: a shortage of money and the lack of a venue in which to readily connect marine conservation experts to donors who wish to invest. Our mission is to support, strengthen, and promote those organizations dedicated to reversing the trend of destruction of ocean environments around the world.

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Blog
Date:
Monday, May 8, 2006
Author: 94

Dear Friends of The Ocean Foundation,

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Blog
Date:
Thursday, February 16, 2006
Author: 94

The Ocean Foundation is the first “community foundation” for the oceans, with all the well-established tools of a community foundation and a unique focus on marine conservation.  As such, The Ocean Foundation addresses two major obstacles to more effective marine conservation: a shortage of money and the lack of a venue in which to readily connect marine conservation experts to donors who wish to invest.  Our mission is to support, strengthen, and promote those organizations dedicated to reversing the trend of destruction of ocean environments around the world.

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