Read part 3 of our blog series to highlight technological advancements that pave the way for a green transition without deep seabed minerals.
Read part 2 of our blog series to highlight technological advancements that pave the way for a green transition without deep seabed minerals.
We’ve written a blog series to highlight technological advancements that pave the way for a green transition without deep seabed minerals.
Committing to a Better Future: Why the Our Ocean Conference Makes Me Reevaluate a Vivid Childhood Memory
Established EHS thought leader Jessica Sarnowski discusses childhood memories of the ocean and the world’s ocean commitments at the Our Ocean Conference.
We participated in the International Seabed Authority’s most recent meetings during ISA-27 Part II, and are outlining our key takeaways.
Educating younger generations is timelier than ever. Arming marine educators with proper tools and resources can raise a new generation that is conscious, proactive, and invested in the health of the ocean and our planet.
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.
A Perspective to Reduce Climate Change Impacts in Marine-Coastal Ecosystems: Our UNOC 2022 Side Event
During the 2022 United Nations Ocean Conference, TOF and Fundación Mexicana para el Océano A.C. presented a side event on nature-based solutions in Mexico.
As a company built to profit from deep seabed mining, The Metals Company has pushed questionable narratives around the benefits and easy success of such mining.
Across the field of marine conservation, challenges and opportunities for inclusivity and accessibility still exist.
The Ocean Foundation has committed to Green 2.0’s Pay Equity Pledge, a campaign to take corrective actions to remediate pay disparities.
I was lucky enough to form a deep bond with the ocean at a very young age. I continue to surf, freedive, and find outlets to expand my small role in ocean conservation, so I can do my part to protect my second home.