Do you want to learn more about an emerging ocean issue but don’t know where to start? Our Knowledge Hub is here to help.
We strive to enhance the generation and dissemination of up-to-date, objective and accurate knowledge and information on ocean issues. As a community foundation, we provide this Knowledge Hub as a free resource. When possible, we also work to provide rapid response research to catalyze action on urgent ocean issues.
The Ocean Foundation has maintained an active voice in a wide variety of ocean issues. As a result of being a trusted consultant, facilitator, researcher, and collaborator, we are proud to be able to provide the public a thorough collection of key publications that have guided our work.
Our research page provides carefully curated and annotated bibliographies from our thorough review of publications and other resources on key ocean topics.
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.
We are all connected by the ocean. We depend on it for food, recreation and many livelihoods.
Plastic, the most common form of persistent marine debris, is one of the most pressing issues in marine ecosystems.
Our publications page provides materials authored or co-authored by The Ocean Foundation on key ocean topics.
The Ocean Foundation, with support from National Geographic, collaborated with a group of eight young professionals (ages 18 to 26) from seven different countries to develop a Youth Ocean Action Toolkit.
The Ocean Foundation and SustainaMetrix developed a story map that shows the current depth and importance of the blue economy to America.
Read the Ocean Foundation’s annual reports from each fiscal year. These reports provide a comprehensive guide to the Foundation’s activities and financial performance throughout these years.