The Economist group World Ocean Initiative features the Ocean Panel's set of recommendations and actions to enable better ocean management.
The Ocean Panel and Ocean Decade: unleashing the full potential of ocean knowledge for a sustainable ocean economy2021-03-19,
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’.
The Global Aquaculture Alliance features the Special Report ‘Ocean Solutions that Benefit People, Nature and the Economy’.
China Dialogue covers the launch of the Ocean Panel’s new ocean action agenda.
Ocean Panel co-chair Prime Minister Solberg of Norway agrees to be a Patron of the Ocean Decade Alliance.
Euronews living covers the launch of the Ocean Panel's new ocean action agenda.
Driven by the Ocean Panel's commitment on sustainable ocean food, the science-industry initiative Seafood Business for Ocean Stewardship (SeaBOS), announces that for the first time in the history of seafood production, ten of the largest seafood companies in the world have committed to a set of time-bound and measurable goals that will ensure the industry becomes more sustainable.
National Geographic covers the launch of the Ocean Panel's new ocean action agenda.
Ocean Panel country member Japan passes a new law which will prevent IUU-sourced seafood from entering their market. The law aligns Japan with the European Union and the United States of America’s positions on IUU fishing, marking a pivotal moment as the world’s three largest seafood consumers all definitively bar products sourced by IUU fishing from their markets.