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Recent Blog Posts

Blog November 7, 2017
GLORES Partner Spotlight: Dr. Mark Costello

This week, we are excited to shine the Global Ocean Refuge System (GLORES) Partner Spotlight ... » read more

Blog October 31, 2017
Scary Threats to Our Marine Protected Areas

Since taking office, President Trump has launched a frightening assault on U.S. ocean conservation ... » read more

Blog October 23, 2017
The Global Ocean Refuge System Supports Half-Earth Day

Feature Image: Sea turtles in Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park. Edited here, original photo by Bo ... » read more

Blog October 17, 2017
Our Ocean 2017

Since the first Our Ocean in 2014, these annual conferences have brought together the world ... » read more

Blog October 13, 2017
Two Bills Continue Republican Attack on U.S. Marine Monuments

Congressional Republicans continued their attack on our ocean this week as the House Natural Resources ... » read more

Recent News Releases

News Release October 25, 2017
President Trump to Decide Fate of Marine Monuments and Sanctuaries After Secretive Review

[Washington D.C.] — Marine Conservation Institute, a leader in securing strong protection for the oceans ... » read more

News Release September 5, 2017
Isla Malpelo reconocida como una de las mejores áreas marinas protegidas del mundo

Washington D.C. – Marine Conservation Institute o Instituto de Conservación Marina, uno de los líderes ... » read more

News Release September 5, 2017
Announcing the First Global Ocean Refuge System (GLORES) Awards for Superlative Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) Around the World

Washington D.C.— Marine Conservation Institute, a leader in securing protection for the oceans’ most ... » read more

News Release August 24, 2017
Marine Conservation Institute Critical of Secretary of Interior Zinke’s Review of Marine National Monuments

[Seattle, WA] Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke today submitted undisclosed recommendations to the White House ... » read more

News Release August 15, 2017
Analysis shows overwhelming public support for marine monuments and sanctuaries

[Washington, DC]  An analysis of public comments on the fate of U.S. marine monuments ... » read more