• Expanding our Research Initiative to help our Partners

    The Ocean Project’s market research initiative is already the largest such undertaking ever on behalf of the environment, and it’s about to grow. Over the last three years with major support from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and its Environmental Literacy Grants program, we have been able to conduct cutting edge research and […]

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  • 2010 Tracking Survey Available and 2 New Reports

    Here are a few things to be aware and some quick updates We’ve re-organized our Market Research page to make it easier to use. Latest Tracking Survey available which shows the change in opinion between April – August 2010. This survey is especially interesting because it shows the change in US opinions before, during, and […]

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  • New Web page on Reaching Kids

    The Ocean Project has developed new Web pages on Reaching Kids for our Partners. The new pages provide tips and resources for educators working with young children. Please use it to learn the highlights from recent research in place-based education, a body of research which suggests that when children spend time engaged in nature and […]

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  • Youth in Action

    The Ocean Project’s research has shown that youth (ages 12-17) are a key audience to target with the potential to have a huge impact on improving our ocean planet. Not only is this age group more concerned about environmental issues, they are also more willing to take action to help the environment than adults. Furthermore, […]

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  • Happy World Oceans Day!

    Happy World Oceans Day to our Partners and Friends around the world! This year’s World Oceans Day event is bigger and better than ever, thanks to the involvement of hundreds of organizations in dozens of countries. While today is a time to celebrate the world’s ocean, and our personal connection to the sea, it is […]

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  • Google Adds Biking Directions

    Earlier this Spring, Google launched biking directions with their maps. Great stuff to help us all get around with less carbon polluting means! Learn more here and here.You can add a biking directions gadget to your website to encourage visitors to get to your location without creating more carbon pollution. It’s a great way for […]

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  • Communicating Conservation resources

    The Ocean Project has made a major update to its “Communicating Conservation” Web pages. From our ongoing monitoring of market and communications research, we have provided dozens of the best resources to help our Partners effectively educate for conservation action. Partners can search the extensive database through various categories including market research, communications strategies, as […]

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  • 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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  • 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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