• Let’s make 2010 the best year ever for our world’s ocean

    Happy New Year! Start the year off on an ocean theme! The more you learn about our amazing blue planet, the more you will find that a healthy ocean is essential not only for the future of the fish, the coral reefs, and all life in the ocean, but also for our own future. No […]

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  • Helping our Partners advance conservation

    Thank you for your involvement in ocean and aquatic conservation and for being a part of our growing network of Partners around the world. Everything we do is for our Partners so please read on and make sure you are taking full advantage of your participation in this global network!The past year we have invested […]

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  • Climate Scoreboard

    This Climate Scoreboard helps track progress in the ongoing negotiations in Copenhagen to produce an international climate treaty. The Scoreboard allows users to check, on a daily basis, whether proposals in the treaty process commit countries to enough greenhouse gas emissions reductions to achieve widely expressed goals. This Scoreboard shows the score — expected temperature […]

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  • Opening Film from Copenhagen

    It’s only 4 minutes and 13 seconds and well worth it!

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  • Coral and Climate Message for Copenhagen

    This powerful 12-minute video was developed for the Copenhagen summit. Coral reefs first appeared more than 400 million years ago. This film shows the devastating effect of climate change on the world’s incredible, diverse coral reefs. It paints a disturbing picture of a world that has lost its reefs forever – our world in 2065. […]

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  • Powerful information tool for Copenhagen and global citizens

    The Climate Scoreboard Video from Climate Interactive on Vimeo.

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  • How Understanding the Human Mind Might Save the World

    An article today by Annie Jia in ClimateWire and reporting from the recently-concluded third annual Behavior, Energy and Climate Change Conference, nicely summarizes what we need to stay focused on to create a culture change, and a better, healthier planet for all.Understanding people is the key, and it’s why The Ocean Project invests so much […]

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  • Results Available from First Ocean and Climate Change Tracking Survey

    The results from our first tracking survey are now available online. Also on our website are a couple of recent presentations from AZA that explain the findings, including America and the Ocean v2.0 — A Summary of Findings Developed by The Ocean Project, by the lead researcher for this initiative, Scott Corwon, with IMPACTS. The […]

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  • Leadership on climate change from most vulnerable nations

    Earlier this week, and just a few weeks before talks in Copenhagen, President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives, a nation facing the very real threat of being overwhelmed by rising seas due to climate change, gave an impassioned speech at the Climate Vulnerable Forum. In it he challenged the nations most vulnerable to climate change […]

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  • International Day of Climate Action on October 24

    Hopefully by now you have heard about 350.org‘s efforts around the world this weekend and are planning to join an action to draw attention to climate change. As of today there are over 4,000 events planned in 170 countries.The reason for the group’s name? Scientists say that 350 parts per million CO2 in the atmosphere […]

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