Our fiscally sponsored projects represent a diverse field of ocean conservation issues around the globe. We look for compelling projects with factors including: strong science, strong legal basis, strong socio-economic argument, charismatic fauna or flora, a clear threat, clear benefits, and a strong/logical project strategy. Then, much like any investment advisor, we use a 14-point due diligence checklist, which looks at the project's management, financing, legal filings and other reports. Check out our Fiscal Sponsorship page to learn more.
ICAPO was formally established in July 2008 to promote the recovery of hawksbill turtles in the eastern Pacific.
The delta, this great wilderness we were so lucky to inherit, can't take care of itself anymore.
The purpose of this project is to provide scientific and policy advice for the development of innovative and effective policy initiatives for tuna.
Hello Ocean engages recreational sailors and ocean enthusiasts in ocean conservation and research initiatives through citizen science and multi-media elements.
The High Seas Alliance is a partnership of organizations and groups aimed at building a strong common voice and constituency for the conservation of the high seas.
IOC Vision: For citizens and communities to take an active role in improving the impacts and relationships between the inland, the coasts, and the ocean.
The Laguna San Ignacio Science Program (LSIESP) investigates the ecologi
From the shallows to the deeps of our great ocean, a crisis is occurring
Ocean Connectors is an interdisciplinary education program that links st
Ocean Conservation Research is focused on understanding the scope of, an