Deep Sea Conservation Coalition

Founding Year: 2004

Staff: 12

Budget: Lance Morgan (Chair)

€ 325k~ (2018)

The Deep Sea Conservation Coalition is an alliance of over 80 NGOs, intergovernmental organizations and numerous governments working together to “address the issue of bottom trawling on the high seas.” It strives to “substantially reduce the greatest threats to life in the deep seas” as well to “safeguard the long-term health, integrity and resilience of deep-sea ecosystems.”



Deep Sea Conservation Coalition contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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