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Two expeditions sailed from Pearl Harbor today with a mission focused on ocean conservation.The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration celebrated its 20th anniversary of the Pacific Reef Assessment and Monitoring Program by studying our coral...
The marine industrial economy has been valued at $1.5 trillion and is predicted to grow at double the rate of the rest of the global economy by 2030. A sometimes unappreciated aspect of this recent explosive industrial marine growth is...
Under assault from climate change, acidification, and a plastics barrage, the oceans get a boost from the marine reserve movement. Click on the link below to read the full article. 
The ocean's ill health brought people from around the Pacific together recently to share their ideas on ways to address it.Taiatea gathered modern science and indigenous knowledge together in Aotearoa New Zealand to amplify Pacific efforts to...
We have an opportunity to involve graduate students and scientists from the Southern Hemisphere and Pacific sector into the OceanVisions2019 - Climate Summit. The summit is centered around ocean solutions and success stories in the areas...
Intense weather wracks the Pacific as Ben and the Seeker crew maneuver to avoid dangerous typhoons and tropical storms. Click on the link below to read the full article
Just 13% of the world’s oceans are now free from intense human activities such as fishing, according to a new map of ocean wilderness areas. Click on the link below to read the full article. 
The remaining wilderness areas, mostly in the remote Pacific and at the poles, need urgent protection from fishing and pollution, scientists say. Click on the link below to read the full article. 
“Our Pacific Ocean, Our Stories” an Ocean Toolkit for Pacific Media was launched in Suva, Fiji this month recognising the role of the media in empowering informed Pacific conversations and decision making for the better of our environment....
Conservation starts at home and includes conserving energy and water as well as reducing the use of plastic bags and plastic utensils.Marine resources should also be protected.Click on the link below to read the full article.