As a global Ocean conservation charity, we are acting now towards our vision of a healthy Ocean.
Conservation is all about people.
Our team of marine biologists, educators, communicators, researchers, ecologists, oceanographers and divers are Ocean optimists. We work tirelessly to connect people to the Ocean and influence pro-Ocean behaviour.
We are focused
We focus on behaviour change and habitat restoration, taking an optimistic and solutions-based approach that is centred around physical and emotional connections with nature.
We Restore Habitats
Whether it’s local seagrass meadows or tropical coral reefs, we know that vital Ocean habitats around the world are declining. That’s why we deliver active restoration programmes to ensure these habitats can grow and thrive.
We break the traditional conservation model because we realise that a two-pronged approach to a sustainable future Ocean is needed. As well as restoring habitats, to truly help our Ocean, we have to change the way people live and act.
We Change Behaviour
Society is more disconnected from nature than ever before. However, we know that when people feel an emotional connection with nature, they are more likely to protect and support its future.
We connect people with the Ocean through individual physical and emotional experiences, large-scale awareness campaigns and education initiatives.
We Think Ocean
We put people at the heart of our mission, connecting them with our Ocean and inspiring and encouraging pro-Ocean behaviour. We believe that everyone can be empowered to Think Ocean.
We want to bring the Ocean to the forefront of everyone’s mind. It’s time to Think Ocean. Thinking about our impact on the Ocean throughout the day and making choices with the Ocean in mind can make a positive difference.
If more people Think Ocean, we can kick-start a wave of action that will protect our planet’s future.
Everyone everywhere can play their part and together, create a healthy Ocean for all. Whoever you are, from individuals to communities, industry to government, the time to change is now.
Our behaviour change and habitat restoration focus supports the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
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