The Polar Research Board of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine invites you to attend “Arctic Matters Day” on Thursday, January 14, 2016 in Washington, D.C.
The event will feature a discussion between distinguished defense, diplomacy and intelligence leaders, touching on this critical intersection of climate change and U.S strategic and humanitarian priorities in the region. A reception will follow, where participants can engage directly with the speakers and report authors.
The scientific presentations programme will demonstrate the ocean's critical role in our climate system and how human activities have added stress to this important life support system of our planet.
The Peter Benchley Ocean Awards are the world’s preeminent ocean honors and are unique in acknowledging outstanding achievement across many sectors of society leading to the protection of our ocean, coasts and the communities that depend on them.
Oil spills, ship groundings, and hazardous waste sites threaten coastal communities and ecosystems across the country, but NOAA’s Damage Assessment, Remediation, and Restoration Program is working to bring restoration to where it’s needed most.
Join XPRIZE for an evening of excitement as we announce the winners of the $2 million Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE and celebrate the accomplishments of the competing teams.
Today, the Joint Ocean Commission Initiative (Joint Initiative) will host the East Coast Ocean Leadership Roundtable with the purpose of engaging and generating conversation around ocean policy reform at the national, regional, state and local levels.
In honor of 2015 World Oceans Day, the Consortium for Ocean Leadership held a live Twitter event. Using the hashtag #MyOceanQ, people from around the world asked our ocean science experts a wide array of ocean questions.
This symposium will bring together some of the leading researchers in marine biology both from Japan and the U.S.A to showcase the recently exciting development of the understanding of ocean life from microscopic bacteria to whales.