Tag Archives: Global Ocean Refuge System

GLORES Partner Spotlight: Dr. Ellen Hines

This week, we are excited to shine the Global Ocean Refuge System (GLORES) Partner Spotlight on Dr. Ellen Hines, a member of our esteemed GLORES Science Council! Dr. Hines is the Associate Director and a Professor of Geography at the Estuary & Ocean Research Center at San Francisco State University. She researches the population and community … Continue reading GLORES Partner Spotlight: Dr. Ellen Hines

GLORES Partner Spotlight: Dr. Horta e Costa

This week, we are excited to shine the Global Ocean Refuge System (GLORES) Partner Spotlight on Dr. Barbara Horta e Costa, a member of our esteemed GLORES Science Council! Dr. Barbara Horta e Costa is a marine researcher at the Center for Marine Sciences (CCMAR) at the University of Algarve in Portugal. She focuses on … Continue reading GLORES Partner Spotlight: Dr. Horta e Costa

Protecting Chile’s Ocean Treasures

By GLORES Ambassador Sebastian Nicholls  Imagine a land, at the tip of a continent, where the rugged coastline cuts into the ocean like a curved dagger, and the whales sing a different tongue. A land whose ferocious natives resisted several European invasions, but for a brief period accepted a French lawyer and adventurer as their … Continue reading Protecting Chile’s Ocean Treasures

GLORES Partner Spotlight: Dr. Jennifer O’Leary

This week, we are excited to shine the Global Ocean Refuge System (GLORES) Partner Spotlight on Dr. Jennifer O’Leary, a member of our esteemed GLORES Science Council! Dr. Jennifer O’Leary is a marine ecologist with California Sea Grant at California Polytechnic State University who works at the interface between science and management. Her research focuses … Continue reading GLORES Partner Spotlight: Dr. Jennifer O’Leary

Our 2018 Conservation Priorities

This year promises to be an interesting and exciting one for marine conservation, and we’re ready to meet its opportunities and challenges head-on for our oceans. We will continue advocating for strong protection of our oceans, strengthening our initiatives and working with you to safeguard marine biodiversity. Here’s a preview of our plans for this … Continue reading Our 2018 Conservation Priorities

GLORES Partner Spotlight: Dr. Rashid Sumaila

This week, we are excited to shine the Global Ocean Refuge System (GLORES) Partner Spotlight on Dr. Rashid Sumaila, a member of our esteemed GLORES Science Council! Dr. Rashid Sumaila is Professor and Director of the Fisheries Economics Research Unit and the OceanCanada Partnership at the University of British Columbia (UBC). He specializes in bioeconomics, marine … Continue reading GLORES Partner Spotlight: Dr. Rashid Sumaila

Top 5 Ocean Highlights of 2017

Like a seabird soaring above the blue, another year has flown by! There was a lot of marine protection news worth celebrating in 2017, and here are five of our favorite updates.   The Malpelo Fauna and Flora Sanctuary expansion Malpelo Fauna and Flora Sanctuary grew quite a bit this year when Colombian President Juan … Continue reading Top 5 Ocean Highlights of 2017

GLORES Partner Spotlight: Dr. Mark Costello

This week, we are excited to shine the Global Ocean Refuge System (GLORES) Partner Spotlight on Dr. Mark Costello, a member of our esteemed GLORES Science Council! Mark J. Costello is based in the Institute of Marine Sciences at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, where he has coordinated the post-graduate course in Marine Protected … Continue reading GLORES Partner Spotlight: Dr. Mark Costello

The Global Ocean Refuge System Supports Half-Earth Day

Humans are wreaking havoc on our oceans. Our impacts, from climate change to overfishing, are destroying marine ecosystems and their biodiversity. To stem these losses, the Half-Earth Project calls for us to work together and save half the planet for other life, and today has been named the inaugural Half-Earth Day to build support for … Continue reading The Global Ocean Refuge System Supports Half-Earth Day

Our Ocean 2017

Since the first Our Ocean in 2014, these annual conferences have brought together the world’s ocean leaders, scientists and conservation practitioners to transform pressing challenges into change. Its key areas of action include sustainable fisheries, pollution, climate change and marine protected areas (MPAs). With each ocean issue, it facilitates tangible and measurable commitments that build towards solutions. … Continue reading Our Ocean 2017