Discussions are raging on where and how governments should apply stimulus for their post-COVID-19 economic recovery plans. Will they, for example, support economic sectors which we know are causing irreversible damage to the environment and the natural world, such as the fossil fuels sector? Or are the recovery plans a unique chance to finally bring our production and consumption patterns in line with environmental imperatives and commitments to sustainable development?
Now in it’s fifth year, the Ocean Awards continue to recognise and reward those that share our commitment to fixing the largest solvable problem on the planet – the crisis in our oceans. Without the complex marine biodiversity provided by our oceans, you wouldn’t be here – and neither would your yacht. 71 per cent of the […]
We welcome contributions from ocean scientists, marine ecotoxicologists, coastal and civil engineers, environmental engineers, oceanographers, social scientists and maritime anthropologists, environmental and fisheries economists in academia, government, industry, and non-governmental organizations that aim to highlight scientific advancements, new knowledge, and solution-oriented research within this Special Issue.
The OceanCanada Winter 2020 Newsletter, covering all OceanCanada activities from December 2019-February 2020.
Training workshop: Transdisciplinarity in Fisheries & Ocean Sustainability
Deadline: February 17, 2020. Challenges for marine indigenous tenures around the world and their global contribution to conservation
Communities Linking Conservation and Livelihoods – Ingredients of Success” is the second animation video produced by the Community Conservation Research Network (CCRN).
“Communities Linking Conservation and Livelihoods – Ingredients of Success” is the first animation video produced by the Community Conservation Research Network (CCRN).
OceanCanada News Rashid Sumaila Named Fellow of Royal Society of Canada Congratulations to Rashid Sumaila for becoming a Fellow of Royal Society of Canada! Rashid is one of the world’s most innovative researchers on the future of the oceans, integrating the social, economic and fisheries sciences to build novel pathways towards sustainable fisheries. Read […]
Oceana Canada has now released its third annual Fishery Audit which reports on the state of fish stocks and tracks progress on how well the government is meeting its policy and management commitments.