Oceanic Society

Founding Year: 1969

Staff: 48

Budget:

Roderic Mast (President and CEO)

The non-profit organization “works to improve ocean health by deepening the connections between people and nature to address the root cause of its decline: human behavior.” It “aims to increase the number of people taking action for ocean conservation” and targets the “nature-based tourism industry and the tens of millions of travelers that it serves each year”, using their “programs and partnerships to reach a broader range of consumer audiences.”

Publications:

Oceanic Society contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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