Mark J. Spalding
After the 2022 UN Ocean Conference, we hope to see continued progress toward ensuring the voices of those with the power to make change, and those who are most affected by climate change and ocean destruction, are heard.
In conjunction with World Ocean Day, Mark J. Spalding guest authored for Rockefeller Asset Management’s latest edition of their “Engaging Ideas” commentary series.
Acting to address climate change and the illegal war of conquest by Russia against the Ukraine
Activities around Keep Loreto Magical continue to thrive, with ever more opportunities to help the community and its natural resources.
The 6th IPCC Report was released with some fanfare on August 6th — confirming what we know, and yet offering some hope if we are willing to act locally, regionally and globally.
As ocean-based trade increases, so too does its environmental footprint. We need to move toward more sustainable transportation to protect the marine environment.
On July 2, a gas leak in the Gulf of Mexico led to a fire in the ocean, a reminder of how delicate our ecosystem is. To keep the sea healthy, we need to listen to its calls.
On April 20, Rockefeller Asset Management (RAM) released their 2020 Sustainable Investing Annual Report detailing their sustainable investing objectives. View some key takeaways.
In response to the recent Executive Order on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad, NOAA has been instructed to collect recommendations on how to make fisheries and protected resources more resilient to climate change. We at The Ocean Foundation welcome the opportunity to respond.
The ocean covers more than 71% of the planet, and you don’t have to dig very far to find out just how much we haven’t explored, don’t understand, and need to know to improve the human relationship with our planet’s life support system.
Marine science is real, and we have to back it with action. That means training new scientists, enabling scientists to participate in scientific and other knowledge sharing no matter where they live and work, and using the data and conclusions to inform policies that protect and support all ocean life.