Ocean Action Hub

9 Apr 2019 - For centuries Cook Islanders have used traditional knowledge to read their environment and provide food for their families. And nature has provided.

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15 Oct 2018 - Advancing and applying marine science and sharing it; ending illegal fishing; and extending protection to vulnerable, pivotal ocean areas.

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21 Sept 2018 - The meeting at UNESCO headquarters invited the global ocean community to deliver “the ocean we need for the future we want.”

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UNESCO, Paris, 10-11 September 2018

Event Date:
10/09/2018 - 09:15 to 11/09/2018 - 09:15
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13 Jul 2018 - A one-stop shop for ocean literacy sharing existing global ocean...
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2 Jul 2018 - Turning the 4,000 live-aboard yachts around the world into a research fleet.
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14 Mar 2018 - Uncertainties around carbon emissions will make climate agreements tough to enforce. The answer floats in the seas.

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07 Dec 2017 - Aims to mobilize the scientific community, policy-makers, business and civil society around a programme of joint research and technological innovation.
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Join UNESCO to #SaveOurOcean and call for an International Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development!

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Presentation of a new Ocean Knowledge-Action Network (Ocean KAN), a partnership between Future Earth, the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research, UNESCO-IOC and the World Climate Research Programme.

Event Date:
07/06/2017 - 10:00
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3 Mar 2017 - Norton Point is manufacturing sunglasses made from the huge amounts of plastic cleaned up from ocean coastlines, reinvesting profits in research, education and development efforts that help reduce the impact of ocean plastic.

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UN Headquarters, Conference Room 8

Side Event organized by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO. 

15 February, 18:15 - 19:30 EST

Event Date:
15/02/2017 - 13:15 to 14:30
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01 Nov 2015 - Blog post analysing the rationale that underpins the UNCLOS provisions on marine scientific research, and the underlying compromise between the divergent interests of developed and developing States. 

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