Blogs

Okeanos Foundation Chairman Dieter Paulmann guides you through our summer-long OCEAN PEOPLES exhibit at the United Nations Visitors Lobby in NYC in this video. Launched at the UN Oceans…

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A delegation from French Polynesia is travelling to Poland in the hope of securing its first World Heritage site. At its meeting in Cracow, UNESCO is considering an application…

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Traditional methods must be combined with science, technology: Lavina The EU supports Pacific Islands’ traditional knowledge as a solution, adaptation and mitigation measure for climate change In an interview with…

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Okeanos’ newest addition to its solar electric fleet of sustainable sea transportation launched in Auckland in mid June! Congrats to Soel Yachts for making this vision a reality! The following…

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“The voyage to a resilient and sustainable future is not one that is taken alone, but by a movement of cities, states, islands and countries working together to shape…

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Earlier this month Okeanos’ chairman Dieter Paulmann joined Palau President Tommy Remengesau during the United Nations OceanConference in New York on a special talk about supporting communities that depend on oceans. > Visit Okeanos…

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It is an issue many Solomon Islanders ignore. But just a 90-minute boat ride from the capital, climate change is destroying land and the livelihoods of many islanders. Sea…

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The government has been approved approximately US$700,000 ($965,000) from the Green Climate Fund to carry out readiness activities for 24 months. In a joint announcement with the Green Climate…

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Okeanos Foundation‘s vaka motu Okeanos Marshall Islands escorted Hokule’a with a fleet of canoes during the Malama Honua Homecoming ceremony at Magic Island on June 20, 2017. After its…

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The United Nations’ first ever Ocean Conference, held in New York between June 5-9th, rightfully created a platform for communities most impacted by the dramatic changes facing our ocean:…

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