About “The Open Oceans Blog”

“The Open Oceans Blog” provides timely content relevant to the work of OpenOceans Global, a non-profit, non-advocacy organization taking a different route to resolving ocean issues.  Our organization believes in a strategy of moving from the fear of losing the ocean to the hope that all sectors of the ocean community can work together towards a sustainable ocean where humans can co-exist with the sea now and in the future.

  • OpenOceans Global’s goal is to bring together and archive the world’s ocean data and creatively present that data so the public, the media and policy makers can understand what we know and don’t know about the ocean.
  • We intend to build an international community of people from all sectors of the ocean to support this goal so the best decisions possible can be made to create a sustainable ocean, both for the environment and the economy.

OpenOceans Global’s portal will be a primary repository of accurate and authentic information useful to the international ocean community, the public and decision makers. This blog will strive to bring readers the newest information as we uncover it, before it is added to the main portal for easy discovery in the future.

Please check back regularly to see what’s new and consider subscribing to OpenOceans Global’s newsletters which will provide updates on new blog posts that might be of interest.  Previous newsletters can be found in the Updates section of the main web site.

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We look forward to your participation!

With warm regards,

Carl Nettleton, Founder
OpenOceans Global

One thought on “About “The Open Oceans Blog””

  1. please take a look to http://www.mitin-network.org, a non profit cooperation network for maritime innovation and a better use of ocean values.
    don’t hesitate to contact me. I shall be pleased to see how we could collaborate.
    Fabienne Vallée, MITIN general secretary.

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