International Programme on the State of the Ocean

Founding Year: 2012



International Programme on the State of the Ocean
(2012; Linfield, UK; 3 staff;

Is an initiative created to “enable a greater scientific understanding of the services the ocean provides to humankind and the impact of the main human stressors upon it, enabling solutions to be explored and greater communication with decision-makers and the public.” To that end, the initiative “brings together science, communications, policy, and legal disciplines.”

Leadership: Alex Rogers (Founder), Mirella Von Lindenfels (Director)

International Programme on the State of the Ocean contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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