We collaborate with partners worldwide to mobilize action for our blue planet. For 2020 and going forward, we're helping to unite conservation action among youth leaders, museums, zoos, aquariums, and other key partners to grow the global movement calling on world leaders to protect 30% of our blue planet by 2030 ("30x30"). By safeguarding at least 30% of our land and ocean through a network of highly protected areas we can help ensure a healthy home for all!
The Ocean Project advances conservation in collaboration with youth leaders, aquariums, zoos, museums, and many other partners in a growing global network of 2,000 organizations in 140 countries. For more than 20 years, we have been collaborating with our partners to accelerate effective individual and societal actions on the critical issues facing our blue planet. We work behind-the-scenes to support our key partners for ocean conservation and share actionable information and strategies with our network of partners so they can be as effective as possible for measurable impact. Learn more about our priority initiatives.
Please consider supporting us. Your donation today will help us create a more sustainable society and a healthy ocean that we all need to survive and thrive, no matter where we live. As a lean and efficient organization with a significant global reach and impact, your contribution will go far in helping us advance our collaborative conservation mission.
Together, we can make a real difference!
Join our fast-growing global network of organizations and individuals dedicated to collaboration for a healthy blue planet.
Thank you for your support during this challenging time. We are collaborative and cost-effective and provide a significant conservation return on investment!
Find out more about effective public engagement and how to help with solutions for conservation.
World Oceans Day, June 8, is a global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future. The Ocean Project has played a key role in coordinating World Oceans Day since 2002. Visit the World Oceans Day website to plan, register, or find an event!