Sharm El-Sheik (7 November 2022) — Nine Ocean Panel member countries have announced new commitments as part of the initiative led by fellow Panel members, Norway and USA, to decarbonise their shipping industries and significantly cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The world relies on marine shipping to conduct trade and strengthen global supply chains, […]
The ocean has an integral part to play in the world’s efforts to drive down emissions. Research finds that ocean-based climate actions can deliver up to 21% of the annual greenhouse gas emissions cuts needed to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C by 2050, helping to avoid some of the worst impacts of climate change. […]
On 14 June, Prime Minister of Norway Erna Solberg invited French President Emmanuel Macron to join the Ocean Panel, which was met with a positive response.
The Indonesia Water Portal features the Special Report ‘A Sustainable and Equitable Blue Recovery to the COVID-19 Crisis’.
Nature publishes an adapted version of the Blue Paper ‘Ocean Finance: Financing the Transition to a Sustainable Ocean Economy’.
Euronews living covers the launch of the Ocean Panel’s new ocean action agenda.
Launched in response to the Ocean Panel’s call to action, the 1000 Ocean Startups coalition has committed to backing at least 1000 transformative ocean startups that will help regenerate ocean healthy by 2030.
The Economist Group World Ocean Initiative features the Ocean Panel’s set of recommendations and actions to enable better ocean management.
The Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO explores the synergies between the Ocean Decade and the Ocean Panel’s new ocean action agenda.
Nature references Blue Papers ‘The Human Relationship with Our Ocean Planet’ & ‘Towards Ocean Equity’.