• 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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  • Media and Internet in the Lives of 8- to 18-Year-Olds

    As The Ocean Project’s national public opinion research found, young people not only care more about issues affecting our oceans and planet but are also more willing to act than adults. Young people are looked to by their parents as the most knowledgeable source of information in the households on environmental issues and can be […]

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  • Results Available from First Ocean and Climate Change Tracking Survey

    The results from our first tracking survey are now available online. Also on our website are a couple of recent presentations from AZA that explain the findings, including America and the Ocean v2.0 — A Summary of Findings Developed by The Ocean Project, by the lead researcher for this initiative, Scott Corwon, with IMPACTS. The […]

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  • Oceans need policy action from ZAMs

    Our world ocean suffers from a lack of international leadership, we in the United States still need a comprehensive national ocean policy, and according to our latest research and that of others, our society clearly lacks any sort of collective conservation consciousness.Aggressive and strong conservation-minded policies are direly needed, and zoos, aquariums, museums (ZAMs), and […]

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  • Come learn and play in Portland!

    Don’t forget to register for the annual conference of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). This year, the Oregon Zoo is hosting in Portland, Oregon, nicely situated between the mountains and the coast.This year’s conference for zoo and aquarium professionals promises some great programming and networking. One panel that we are helping to organize […]

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