Youth in Action

The Ocean Project’s research has shown that youth (ages 12-17) are a key audience to target with the potential to have a huge impact on improving our ocean planet. Not only is this age group more concerned about environmental issues, they are also more willing to take action to help the environment than adults. Furthermore, […]

American Opinion on Climate Change Warms Up

Researchers at Yale University and George-Mason University have released new studies, with data on Americans’ views on climate change, and related issues. This is some of the most up-to-date research available and sheds some light on how the American public feels about environmental issues. Perhaps as a result of the BP disaster in the Gulf […]

Plan Now for our Planet on 10/10/10

On October 10, 2010, you can help our ocean, our climate, and our world by hosting a Global Work Party!While World Oceans Day 2010 is still fresh, the BP Deepwater disaster in the Gulf of Mexico expands, and momentum continues to build connecting the health of our ocean, the health of our climate, and the […]