One ocean, one climate, one future – together!
We all need a healthy ocean to survive and thrive. As one of our greatest public resources, the ocean belongs to all of us, no matter where we live. Together, we can take action for our shared ocean, conserving its biodiversity and ensuring a healthy climate into the future.
Through the power of collaboration and growing effective partnerships with diverse organizations, we accelerate positive change! The Ocean Project has worked behind the scenes since 1997 to support our network of partners to be bolder and solutions-focused, and to scale action on the interconnected issues facing our blue planet. We work closely with youth leaders and youth-oriented organizations, aquariums, zoos, museums, as well as many others from all sectors. Since 2002, when we launched global efforts to coordinate World Ocean Day, we have been helping to unite and rally the world for collective action!
We have a lean and dedicated team that punches far above its weight. By catalyzing and supporting our global network of approximately 2,000 youth-focused and other organizations in 150 countries, together, we are growing the movement to actively address the most critical issues facing society and our blue planet.
Sign up for one or more of our email lists to learn how to get engaged with others around the world. If you work with an organization that is not yet involved in our partner network, you can join here. Also, please considering making a donation today; we promise to deliver a strong conservation return on your investment with us. Thank you for helping! Together, we will create a better future!
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8 June is a global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future and the World Ocean Day network takes action year-round. The Ocean Project has led global coordination efforts around World Ocean Day since 2002. Visit the WorldOceanDay.org website to get involved!