The Seventh Assembly of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) took place in Vancouver, Canada, on the traditional and unceded lands of Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh nations. The Assembly meets every …
Rylee, our summer External Relations intern, takes us through her journey with sustainability and what that means to her.
The Ocean Foundation was on the ground of the 28th meeting of the International Seabed Authority in July 2023 for all three weeks to raise our topline messages on finance and liability, underwater cultural heritage, transparency, and stakeholder engagement.
Asking the question: “What does the ocean mean to you?” to scientists, students and businesses.
With 80% of the seabed unmapped, Deep Seabed Mining poses a wide array of threats to Underwater Cultural Heritage in the ocean.
Applicants can receive the low-cost, high-quality ocean acidification measurement kit; hands-on training in Fiji; and research support.
Our BRI team hosted a workshop in Cuba from June 15-16 to advance our Caribbean resilience efforts.
The technical and ethical uncertainties around climate geoengineering are numerous in both carbon dioxide removal and solar radiation modification
Solar Radiation Modification (SRM) is a form of climate geoengineering that aims to increase the amount of sunlight reflected back into space – to reverse the warming of the planet.
Carbon dioxide removal (CDR) is a form of climate geoengineering that seeks to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
The planet is getting closer to exceeding the global climate target. Because of this, there has been an increased focus on climate geoengineering.