MEDIA BRIEFING: Ocean Conservancy Offers Plastics Treaty Bootcamp with Scientists, Policy Experts Ahead of Ottawa Negotiations

Register HERE for the virtual press briefing. WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United Nations will host the …

ADVISORY: Leading Conservationists, Scientists Available to Discuss Watershed Moments for the Plastic Pollution Crisis this Earth Month

Ocean Conservancy Experts Available to Brief Reporters on Links Between Plastics Crisis and the Ocean; Earth Month Theme is “Planet versus Plastics”

PHOTOS: New Bill to Protect Great Lakes, Drinking Water from Microplastics Receives Support from Environmental Groups

Photos from the event can be found HERE. CHICAGO, IL – Last week on World Water …

ADVISORY: Environmental Groups Announce Support for New Bill to Protect Great Lakes, Drinking Water from Microplastics

CHICAGO, IL – On World Water Day, March 22, the Alliance for the Great Lakes, Ocean …

STATEMENT: FY24 Spending Bill Gets the Job Done, But Misses the Opportunity to Answer the Demands of Climate Crisis

WASHINGTON, DC – (March 8, 2024) – This week, Congress passed six appropriations bills for fiscal …

MEDIA AVAILABILITY AND STATEMENT: Ocean Conservancy experts to participate in March 2024 International Maritime Organization meetings

Ocean Conservancy shipping policy experts available for comment ahead of Intersessional Working Group on the Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships (ISWG-GHG) and Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC)

Ocean Conservancy Applauds Florida Lawmakers for Balloon Release Ban

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (March 6, 2024)—Ocean Conservancy, the nation’s oldest marine conservation nonprofit, applauds Florida lawmakers for …

STATEMENT: Ocean Conservancy Comments on New SEC Climate Risk Disclosure Rules

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Aarthi Ananthanarayanan, Director of Ocean Conservancy’s Climate and Plastics Initiative, issued the following …

STATEMENT: Historic $3 billion dollar investment has the potential to be transformative for the health of ports communities and ocean

Announcement of funding from EPA is a critical step towards decarbonizing US ports - but there is still more to be done.

Fossil fuel companies’ defunct rigs are continuing to pollute our ocean, and government oversight isn’t working

New GAO report underscores long overdue need to hold fossil fuel industry accountable for continued damage to our ocean and climate

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