Tag Archives: National Geographic

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

Saving Our Oceans

With our friends at National Geographic!

Marine Conservation Institute collaborated with partner photographer Brian Skerry to help create the cover story of the February issue of National Geographic Magazine: Saving Our Oceans. The article highlights some of the ocean’s most pristine places — like Cortes Bank seamount off the coast of California — and is brought to life with stunning photos taken by Brian Skerry … Continue reading Saving Our Oceans

GLORES Partner Spotlight: Brian Skerry, Photographer

Momentum for the Global Ocean Refuge System (GLORES) has been building steadily, with new partners joining every week. This is the first in a series of blogs highlighting the esteemed partners who are helping to make GLORES a reality. Today we are featuring renowned photographer and photojournalist Brian Skerry, whose gorgeous work is adding beauty … Continue reading GLORES Partner Spotlight: Brian Skerry, Photographer