OUR PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS
Coast 2 Coast offers local youth from small-scale fishing communities new creative mediums, accessible audiovisual tools, powerful communication skills, and interactive digital platforms to explore their ancient marine social-ecological systems and co-create stories that inspire resilience and solutions for their sustainable futures.
The Deutsches Museum is an outstanding place for imparting scientific and technical education and for a constructive dialogue between science and society. Founded in 1903, it is one of the most traditional and the largest science and technology museums in the world.
Dropzone P R O D U C T I O N is a production company and photography agency, representing award winning photographers and filmmakers.
EarthtopiaDADS' mission is to spark awareness of those species prized yet endangered and threatened among us. Connecting through social media and our ETSY shop they want to partner with agencies that work tirelessly in support of these beloved creatures.
Hidden Deserts uncover underwater deserts to conserve and restore the underwater forests.
The Manta Caribbean Project is dedicated to taking a multidisciplinary approach to the conservation of manta and mobulid rays, and their habitat in the Caribbean Sea through robust science and research, while raising awareness and providing education to the community and stakeholders.
The mission of Marine Connection is to inspire the global community to help create a better, safer world for cetaceans where the life of every dolphin, whale and porpoise matters.
MCSS promotes the conservation of the marine environment through education, research and the implementation of a number of programmes. Current activities include long running monitoring programmes on turtles and terrapins, coral restoration as well as several grant funded programmes and projects.
Oceanomare-Delphis Onlus promotes the knowledge and practices of conservation of cetaceans and marine biodiversity, implementing non-invasive studies, promoting conservation and education programs, raising public awareness on cetaceans and the marine environment.
The mission of Sea Change Health is to improve health for all who rely on the sea. They achieve this mission through three areas of focus: marine mammal health; human health; conservation health. They do this work because a healthier world benefits us all.
The Ocean's Story is a community of ocean lovers committed to one primary goal: to reduce our consumption of single-use plastic.
The Seahorse Trust was set up as an umbrella organisation to preserve and conserve the natural world, especially the marine environment. They work in partnership through a Seahorse Alliance with many organisations and people from all over the world and it is this unique partnership that allows them to achieve so much in the conservation of seahorses and their environment for the future.
C3 Philippines established its first field station in the Calamianes islands in 2011, focusing on conserving one of the last strongholds of the endangered dugong and is recognised as the national lead agency for research and management of the species.
Ghent University is a top 100 university and one of the major universities in Belgium.
The International Master of Science in Marine Biological Resources is a joint Master program organized by eleven European universities in the field of marine sciences, supported by the European Marine Biological Resource Centre (EMBRC).
The Maldives Whaleshark Research Programme seeks to advance the field of whale shark knowledge and to advocate for sound conservation policy in the Maldives. By encouraging and valuing community and industry stakeholder participation, they are able to leverage the scientific research to safeguard the rich biodiversity and fragile marine ecosystems of the Maldives.
Innoceana is a team of engineers and environmentalists who believe in environmental engineering as a tool for change. Through collaboration they aim to improve conservation efforts promoting the long term health of marine ecosystems through educational awareness, research and effective policy changes.
MRF was established to improve the understanding of marine ecosystems and their associated diverse flora and fauna, across Southeast Asia and other Indo-Pacific sites. Their work is designed to support the aspirations and intent of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and is implemented at local, National and Regional levels.
The idea of Ocean Sounds began to be realized in August 2005 in Lofoten by founder and biologist Heike Vester with the purpose of combining research with education, art and tourism. Ocean Sounds promotes continuous awareness, understanding, and commitment, to build a bridge between nature and people
RSEC promotes coral reef research, education and conservation at the Red Sea. The RSEC runs a fieldstation for marine science and marine conservation at the southeast coast of the Sinai in Dahab.
Save the Manatee Club is an award-winning national nonprofit 501(c)(3) with the mission to protect manatees and their aquatic habitat for future generations, by increasing public awareness and education, sponsoring research, rescue, rehabilitation, and release efforts, and advocating for strong protection measures.
Seal Rescue Ireland is a charity organisation that works around the clock to rescue, rehabilitate and release native seals found sick, injured or orphaned from across the coast of Ireland. They respond to reports nationwide and aim to rehabilitate the pups back to full health so that they can be returned to the wild.
The Thresher Shark Conservation Project is a community based genuinely not-for-profit research organisation. Our mission is to promote and disseminate shark research, education and conservation to a broad local, regional and international public and scientific outreach.
The XR HUB Bavaria is an initiative to strengthen Bavaria as a media and business location, and deals with questions about XR technologies and their numerous applications.
The Marine Diaries uses digital media to tell stories about the ocean and bridge the gap between the scientific community and the public. From articles, webinars, open discussions, social media, projects, and campaigns, The Marine Diaries educates the public about the issues affecting the ocean, and inspires action to protect it.
Cook Islands Whale Research conduct benign research on cetaceans, raise awareness of marine conservation & climate change, provide outreach, publish scientific findings, produce educational films for television & social media.
DMAD - Marine Mammals Research Association is a non-profit and a non-governmental organization that aims to create an ecological consciousness through its scientific research and outreach activities.
Go360 is an all service xR creative studio dedicated to innovative technologies and immersive media. They are backed by years of experience and many successful projects in Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality and 360 / VR Video.
The IOC engages inland communities in ocean protection actions and policy. They work to educate and engage the inland communities and leaders in taking proactive steps to protect the resilience and sustainability of the ocean.
The Manta Trust is a UK registered charity that co-ordinates global mobulid research and conservation efforts. Our team is comprised of a diverse group of researchers, scientists, conservationists, educators and media experts; working together to share and promote knowledge and expertise.
MCC protect and restore healthy and sustainable marine ecosystems, and support and empower small-scale fishing communities who rely upon local marine resources for their food and livelihoods. They engage with the local, regional and national government in the development of sustainable fisheries and the implementation of best practice regulations for Cambodia’s firsts MFMAs.
Where research meets public outreach for a holistic conservation approach!
Since its inception in September 2016, the DMAD team working in Montenegro have completed over 500 land surveys and over 100 boat surveys monitoring dolphins and large marine animals.
By bringing together the scientific and professional marine community with coastal communities all along the English coast, the Plover Rovers will increase Ocean Literacy and play their part in the urgently needed transformation of our relationship with our seas and coasts to benefit people and nature (Challenge 10 of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development).
Project Seagrass is an environmental charity devoted to the conservation of seagrass ecosystems through education, influence, research and action. It was created with the intention with reversing the loss of seagrass by turning research into effective conservation action and communication through partnerships with local communities and other stakeholders.
Sciaena promotes the improvement of the marine environment by encouraging the sustainability of fisheries and other forms of use and minimizing the impacts of pollution though knowledge, education, communication and political intervention.
Sea Watch Foundation, through its continuous programme of research and monitoring, provides invaluable information on changes to the status and distribution of cetacean populations and the condition of their habitats. This is used to raise awareness of any issues and prompt environmental change to help conserve and protect these mysterious creatures.
The foundation's houses are modern bridges to the cosmos. As a joint institution, they are at the forefront of technology and content and are an essential part of Berlin's educational and cultural offerings. The foundation bundles the topic of astronomy and uses synergies.
WiseOceans is a specialist Marine Education and Conservation organisation striving to engage, educate and inspire people everywhere to love the oceans and the life within them, connecting communities to our marine life and empowering them to make small changes in their lives so that together we make a big difference.