The Ocean Foundation and University of Havana’s Marine Research Center: 21 Years of Science, Discovery, and Friendship
This week The Ocean Foundation attended the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the University of Havana’s Centro de Investigaciones Marinas where TOF was recognized for its 21 years of collaboration with CIM on marine science in Cuba.
REV Ocean will provide a unique opportunity for researchers on board the 2021 maiden voyage with the support of The Ocean Foundation’s regional grant making efforts to connect donors with local science and conservation projects.
Today, The Ocean Foundation is proud to stand with island communities on their path for self-determination, climate resilience and local solutions.
Alexis Valauri-Orton, Program Officer, addressed attendees of the second annual Ocean Acidification Day of Action held at the Embassy of New Zealand on the 8th of January, 2020. These are …
While the concept of the Blue Economy continues to change and adapt, economic development in the ocean and coastal communities can be designed to serve as a basis for sustainable development around the world.
WASHINGTON, D.C., January 8, 2020 – To mark the second annual International Ocean Acidification Day of Action, The Ocean Foundation (TOF), in partnership with the Embassy of New Zealand, hosted …