Ocean Action Hub

27 Mar 2020 - Noise pollution has led to multiple whale-strandings and poses a threat to thousands of ocean creatures.

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26 Mar 2020 - 2020 was supposed to be a ‘Super Year for Nature,’ with a number of global meetings including the UN Ocean Conference. But the virus has lessons that apply to the global crises of biodiversity loss.

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25 Mar 2020 - We received a huge wave of proposals to address marine pollution. We're now reviewing all and will contact the best in the coming weeks to invite full proposals.

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24 Mar 2020 - The Bue Economy is critical to the Seychelles, where the fisheries sector is second only to tourism.

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23 Mar 2020 - Focusing on materials, ocean cleaning technology, reuse, and changing the value chain, Norwegian companies have come far in developing solutions and technology that can help

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20 Mar 2020 - In light of the COVID19 pandemic, co-hosts Portugal and Kenya are jointly consulting with the United Nations on the postponement of the 2020 UN Ocean Conference.

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19 Mar 2020 - The wave of postponements and cancellations of UN meetings around the world is affecting preparations for the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, the Glasg

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17 Apr 2020 - The natural coastal defenses provided by mangrove forests reduce annual flooding significantly in critical hotspots around the world.

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16 Apr 2020 - All coastal and marine ecosystems are critical to human well-being and global biodiversity. Mangroves, coral reefs, and seagrass beds are examples of these.

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13 Mar 2020 - Little attention has been given to greening ferries, which remain reliant on carbon intensive and dirty diesel technologies. Now that's finally beginning to change.

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The Virtual Island Summit is a free and entirely online event designed to connect global islands to share their common experiences through a digital platform.

Event Date:
06/09/2020 - 09:00 to 11/09/2020 - 18:00
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10 Mar 2020 - IADB - Due to its unique geography, the Caribbean faces many challenges – and the climate crisis is only exacerbating them.

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