Presentations

As part of our communications initiative here at The Ocean Project, we conduct presentations and workshops to help partners and other organizations understand and incorporate our communications research findings for their strategic communication about conservation. If you are interested in attending or organizing a presentation/workshop for your organization, please contact us.

Also as part of our research, we continue to monitor the literature on public perception, knowledge, and attitudes about the ocean and conservation. This information can be found on our Conservation Communications Resource page. Please inform us if you know of a valuable resource which we should include and share with our partner network of hundreds of organizations and institutions.

Archive of presentations from previous years

(Sample presentations below only through 2013 – contact us for more recent)

NOAA Brown Bag Seminar 2013: America and the Ocean: Findings and Implications – Douglas Meyer and Bill Mott

IAC 2012: Engaging Visitors in Conservation: Communicating for Behavioural Change – Bill Mott (PDF)

AZA 2012: Green Me, Green You – Douglas Meyer (PDF)

AZA 2012: Engaging Millennials – Deb Kerr (PDF)

AZA 2012: Millennial Matters – Douglas Meyer (PDF)

Posters

AZA 2013: Special Events for Positive Change, conservation asks at World Oceans Day – Alyssa Isakower (download PDF)

AZA 2013: More Power to You, When Teens Make Decisions – Deb Kerr (download PDF)

Older presentations

AZA 2011 Presentation (PDF)

NAMPAN (PDF)

CHOW (PDF)

World Oceans Day at the UN (PDF)