The 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda articulates a vision for the world we want. A world that ensures no one is left behind, where everyone has access to nutritious food, renewable energy, clean air and water, opportunities for an education and decent work. Approximately 40% of the world’s population live adjacent to the ocean and are […]
We are experts from ocean related disciplines from all regions and ocean basins of the world, convened under the auspices of the High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy. We are deeply alarmed by the conclusions of the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report and the impact that anthropogenic climate change is having on the health of our ocean and ocean-dependent communities. Urgent action is required to […]
Ocean Panel co-chair Prime Minister Solberg of Norway discusses the Ocean Panel’s new ocean action agenda in this Nature op-ed and podcast.
Seafood Source features the Blue Paper ’Organised Crime in the Fisheries Sector’.
This webinar launches the Blue Paper ‘National Accounting for the Ocean and Ocean Economy’ which highlights the opportunity for incorporating ocean accounts into national accounting frameworks and the data and technology already available at our fingertips to do so. The webinar also features the work of the Global Ocean Accounts Partnership (GOAP), a global partnership designed to advance greater coordination […]
Blue Paper authors Eli Fenichel, Professor of Natural Resource Economics, Yale School of the Environment and Ben Milligan Scientia Fellow, University of New South Wales highlight the critical role of national accounting in achieving a sustainable ocean economy, featuring insights from the Blue Paper ‘National Accounting for the Ocean and the Ocean Economy’ in this […]
Nature Food publishes an adapted version of the Blue Paper ‘Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing and Associated Drivers’.
Nature Sustainability publishes an adapted version of the Blue Paper ‘What Role for Ocean-Based Renewable Energy and Deep-Seabed Minerals in a Sustainable Future?’.
The Washington Examiner features the Blue Paper ‘What Role for Ocean-Based Renewable Energy and Deep-Seabed Minerals in a Sustainable Future?’.
Lisa Levin, Peter Haugan, Ines Aguiar Branco and Katie Flanagan discuss how to ensure that the clean energy transition proceeds in a way that doesn’t come at the expense of the ocean. Republished in the China Dialogue