COVID-19 has brought a plethora of uncertainty. This year’s Ocean Sciences Meeting was about coming together for common goals despite this unsettling time.
Acting to address climate change and the illegal war of conquest by Russia against the Ukraine
The Assembly of UNEA5 passed the resolution for a plastic pollution treaty, describing it as the biggest deal since the 2015 Paris climate accord.
Activities around Keep Loreto Magical continue to thrive, with ever more opportunities to help the community and its natural resources.
Last month, marine biologists from the University of Havana studied coral reefs at Jardines de la Reina National Park.
For the past few months, we’ve amplified how the ocean offers some of the best solutions to climate change. Here are the key takeaways.
Statement: Infrastructure Bill offers billions for climate resilience, but there is still more work to do
We applaud the $47B investment in climate resilience in the Infrastructure Bill, but encourage Congress to continue addressing climate change.
The Solution: Won’t Be Found in the Infrastructure Bill
My family lives outside of Louisville, Kentucky in a small riverside community on the Ohio River. Similar to that of ocean communities, the river ecology is interwoven with the history, culture, and livelihood of the surrounding people.
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.
We’re thrilled to congratulate the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on a new Climate Council to bring a holistic government approach in response to our changing climate.