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Date:
Thursday, April 11, 2019
Author: 252

I have been afraid of this day for a long time, the “lessons learned” postmortem panel: “Conservation, controversy and courage in the Upper Gulf of California: fighting the vaquita vortex”

Tags:
Protecting Species of Concern
Blog
Date:
Thursday, April 4, 2019
Author: 252

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Tags:
Conserving Marine Habitats and Special Places
News
Date:
Thursday, March 28, 2019
Author: 0

Date: March 29, 2019

TOF Contact:
Mark J. Spalding, President. mspalding@oceanfdn.org
Jason Donofrio, External Relations Officer; jdonofrio@oceanfdn.org

AnnouncingOcean Acidification Training for the Senate of Mexico; Commission on the Environment, Natural Resources & Climate Change

Tags:
Building the Capacity of the Marine Conservation Community
Blog
Date:
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Author: 252

10th Monaco Blue Initiative
Oceanographic Museum of Monaco
25 March 2019

Session #1 How can we - collectively - continue developing MPAs whilst ensuring their efficiency?

Remarks by Mark J. Spalding, President of The Ocean Foundation


Defining MPAs for Effective Conservation

Tags:
Conserving Marine Habitats and Special Places
News
Date:
Thursday, March 14, 2019
Author: 0

Do you love the ocean? Are you ready to be part of a team dedicated to preserving ocean environments around the world? The Ocean Foundation, through its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiative, is looking for a Marine Pathways Intern who is passionate about protecting the ocean and has an interest in working with a non-profit.

Tags:
Building the Capacity of the Marine Conservation Community, DEI
News
Date:
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
Author: 0

WRI Mexico and The Ocean Foundation join to reverse the destruction of the country's ocean environments

March 05, 2019

This union will delve into topics such as ocean acidification, blue carbon, sargassum in the Caribbean, and policies around fishing

Tags:
Conserving Marine Habitats and Special Places
News
Date:
Monday, March 4, 2019
Author: 0

The head of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT), Josefa González Blanco Ortíz, held a meeting with the president of The Ocean Foundation, Mark J. Spalding, with the aim of delineating a common strategy to deal with acidification of the oceans and safeguard the marine protected natural areas of Mexico.

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Tags:
Ocean Acidification
Blog
Date:
Monday, January 28, 2019
Author: 252

All of the talk about the “Green New Deal” and what that means, what it encompasses, and what it would take to achieve its vision, even if the specific strategies remain to be fully defined, has gotten us to thinking about where the Blue Economy fits into this conversation, and this concept of re-framing our economy in more sustainable ways.

 

Tags:
Blue Carbon, Seagrass, Climate Change
Blog
Date:
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Author: 252

Dr. Andrew E. Derocher, of the University of Alberta, is a grantee of TOF's Polar Seas Initiative which is supported by individual donors and corporate partners such as que Bottle. We caught up with Dr.

Tags:
Polar Seas, Protecting Species of Concern, Research
News
Date:
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Author: 252

14 January 2019  (NEWPORT, RI) - 11th Hour Racing today announced eight grantees, representing a variety of organizations and projects in the U.S. and the U.K. Funded by The Schmidt Family Foundation, 11th Hour Racing’s grant program is committed to mobilizing sailing, marine, and coastal communities to create systemic change for the health of our oceans.

11th Hour Racing funds projects that advance one or more of the following focus areas:

Tags:
Protecting Species of Concern
Blog
Date:
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Author: 252

Is your sunscreen killing coral reefs?  The likely answer, unless you are already sunscreen- reef savvy, is yes.  After decades of research to develop the most effective sunscreens, it turns out that the chemicals best designed to protect you from a heavy dose of burning rays and potential skin cancer are toxic to coral reefs.  Just a small amount of certain chemicals is enough to cause corals to bleach, losing their symbiotic algal energy source and become more susceptible to viral infections.    

Tags:
Protecting Species of Concern, Coral Reefs
News
Date:
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Author: 252
PRESS RELEASE 
 
New Report Shows Most Countries are Falling Short on Commitments to Protect Sharks and Rays Conservationists Highlight Shortcomings at Convention on Migratory Species Shark Meetings 
 
Tags:
Protecting Species of Concern, Sharks

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