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Date:
Monday, July 21, 2014
Author: 11

By Mark J. Spalding, President, The Ocean Foundation

Tags:
Coasts and Beaches, 71%, Travel
Blog
Date:
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Author: 15

Did you know that a 10th wedding anniversary was traditionally celebrated with a gift of tin or aluminum? Today, that gift isn’t considered the trendy way to celebrate such an important milestone.  And neither are we.  We focus on just one trend: increasing ocean conservation and awareness—and the ways we all can work to protect this vast resource so that we can continue to celebrate it forever.

Unfortunately, there is a way that tin and aluminum play a part in our 10th Anniversary.

Tags:
71%, Conserving Marine Habitats and Special Places
Blog
Date:
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Author: 11

By Mark J. Spalding, President, The Ocean Foundation

Tags:
Coasts and Beaches, 71%, Tourism
Blog
Date:
Monday, September 8, 2014
Author: 8

By: Ben Scheelk, Program Associate, The Ocean Foundation

In July 2014, Ben Scheelk of The Ocean Foundation, spent two weeks in Costa Rica volunteering on a trip coordinated by SEE Turtles, a project of The Ocean Foundation, to see firsthand some of the conservation efforts taking place throughout the country. This is the first entry in a four-part series on the experience.

Volunteering with SEE Turtles in Costa Rica: Part I

This is when trust becomes everything.

Tags:
Sea Turtles, Travel
Blog
Date:
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Author: 10

By Catharine Cooper and Mark Spalding, President, The Ocean Foundation

A version of this blog originally appeared on National Geographic’s Ocean Views

It’s hard to imagine anyone who has not been changed by an experience of the sea. Whether it is to walk by her side, swim in her cooling waters, or float on her surface, the vast expanse of our ocean is transformative. We stand in awe of her majesty.

Tags:
71%
Blog
Date:
Monday, September 22, 2014
Author: 11

 

By Richard Salas

Tags:
71%, Travel
Blog
Date:
Thursday, July 10, 2014
Author: 11

By Mark J. Spalding, President, The Ocean Foundation

Many of us who support ocean conservation do so by supporting and advising those who are actually getting their hands wet in the work, or those who champion the protection of endangered species at global and national ocean governance gatherings.  It is rare that I get to spend a little time in or even near the ocean. 

Tags:
Coasts and Beaches, 71%, Travel, Tourism
Blog
Date:
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Author: 11

By Fernando Bretos, Director of CMRC

Tags:
Coral Reefs, 71%
Blog
Date:
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Author: 10

By Angel Braestrup, Chair, Board of Advisors, The Ocean Foundation

Tags:
Coasts and Beaches, 71%
Blog
Date:
Monday, January 13, 2014
Author: 10

By Nirmal Jivan Shah of Nature Seychelles and TOF Advisory Board Member
This blog originally appeared in the International Coalition of Tourism Partners Member News

It is the biggest story of our lifetime – a tale of epic proportions. The plot up to now: How is climate change affecting us and how do we cope?

Tags:
Coasts and Beaches, 71%
Blog
Date:
Friday, June 6, 2014
Author: 11

Mark Spalding

Greetings from sunny Todos Santos, the second largest town in the municipality of La Paz, which was founded in 1724.  Today it is a small community that plays host to thousands of visitors each year who admire its architecture, enjoy its fine food, and wander the galleries and other shops tucked into its low stucco buildings.  Nearby, the long stretches of sandy beach offer opportunities to surf, sun, and swim.

Tags:
Coasts and Beaches, Travel
Blog
Date:
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Author: 15

Co-authors: Jeremy T. Mathis, Ph.D., Oceanographer, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, Seattle and Steve Colt, Ph.D., Professor of Economics, University of Alaska Anchorage

This editorial is drawn from a study published July 29 in the science journal, Progress in Oceanography. It originally appeared in the Alaska Daily Dispatch.

Tags:
Ocean Acidification

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