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.
On the heels of Pride month, we at TOF want to continue to celebrating the LGBTQ+ community. Our ocean knows no boundaries or limits, nor does it discriminate. And, neither should we.
Marine Debris Foundation kicked off their first Board meeting on June 14, 2022. The meeting introduced the members that will help steer the Foundation.
Capitol Hill Ocean Week 2022, held from June 7 to 9, celebrated 50 years of ocean and coastal conservation and protection.
This year, we’d like to challenge both our supporters AND ourselves to put additional effort in identifying new ways to address the plights the African American community faces, and dismantling systems in place.
We are proud to launch our newest initiative, the Community Ocean Engagement Global Initiative (COEGI), today on World Ocean Day 2022.
TOF’s Work in Ocean Literacy Over the Past Two Decades
Patience, perseverance and unrelenting curiosity could pave the way for Cuba’s smalltooth sawfish being on better footing than we believed.
The demand for fish is growing, and the ocean is increasingly at risk. But aquaculture practices are adaptable. And companies are investing in sustainable fish farming.