Monterey Bay Aquarium

Founding Year: 1984

Staff: 16

Budget:

Julie Packard (Executive Director)

It works to “inspire conservation of the ocean.” They have over “200 exhibits and 80,000 plants and animals” and their scientists are working to rebuild “sea otter populations, transforming fisheries and aquaculture around the world, and working to protect California’s ocean.” Their policy experts strive to “move the needle on legislation to address climate change and end plastic pollution” while their “Seafood Watch team is shifting the global marketplace to make seafood more sustainable.”

Monterey Bay Aquarium contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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