• Plastic-Free! Zoos, Aquariums and Museums

    Many zoos, aquariums, and museums (ZAMs) are already taking action to reduce disposable plastic use at their institutions, which is great in and of itself, and also, the research tells us, a great way to engage your visitors! See here for ideas on how to reduce your organization’s disposable plastic use. With that in mind, here […]

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  • Congrats! New Innovative Solutions Grants+ awardees announced

    For over 18 years, The Ocean Project has been advancing conservation in partnership with zoos, aquariums, museums, and other visitor-serving organizations around the country and the world. We’ve provided strategic resources and tools to help our network of partners effectively engage visitors, both onsite and online so that together we can solve issues in our backyards […]

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  • Weekly Round Up: the facts don’t lie – but our brains do

    In the round up this week: our brains twist the truth based on our preexisting opinions, the army says baby, don’t drill!, and Americans don’t feel threatened by climate change.If you’re a science communicator or educator at an informal science center (such as a zoo, aquarium, or museum) trying to encourage conservation action – this […]

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  • Rapid Fire Round Up

    There is so much good stuff to share this week that we’re doing it rapid-fire! We can continue the conversation in the comments, on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn – heck, you can even email us. It’s been a very interesting week for strategic conservation communicators, so read on for some polls, news, and potential storytelling angles.  […]

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  • Weekly Round Up: turbine sickness? the answer is blowin’ in the wind

    We have a Monday round up this week! Take a look at how youth are changing the climate conversation in popular media, climate change causes a coughing fit, and renewable energy can be contagious. Audience Your communications should take into account who you’re talking to. Millennials, Change, and Outlook for Climate Activism and Coverage In […]

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