The Okeanos Maritime Training Center opened its doors in Auckland at the beginning of February and welcomed the first group of students from Vanuatu, New Caledonia and Tahiti. According…

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We’ve recently seen the remarkable capacity of youth to mobilize and to inspire us with a message of change in their march against gun violence. Theirs is also a…

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Okeanos Vanuatu was part of an innovative workshop called ‘Santo Sunset Environmental Network’ from April 8th to 12th, 2018, on West Coast Santo. The chiefs and people of West…

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Larry Raigetal, a master navigator from Lamotrek, Yap, is scheduled to lead a special six-week courseon traditional seafaring navigation and climate change, starting Monday, at the University of Guam….

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Okeanos Foundation for the Sea (Okeanos) honors Palau’s strong and consistent environmental leadership by selecting Palau as a recipient of a Vaka Motu – a modernized traditional Pacific sailing…

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Nuclear activist, writer and poet Kathy Jetñil-Kijner from the Marshall Islands has launched her new poetry work which has a focus on nuclear weapons. Her newest poem, “Anointed” can be seen as…

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International shipping is the backbone of our global trading system. But it can no longer be given a free pass on climate change. If this industrial sector were a…

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What more important moment in the life of a canoe than when she leaves the land to reach her new home, the Ocean? Thursday the 5th 2018, at the…

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The crew of the Okeanos Marianas set sail on a four-day voyage to Sarigan and Anatahan last Friday, stopping in Managaha to teach SDA kindergarteners about the canoe and…

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What looks like a regular lagoon in the photo above is actually a crater created by the Bravo bomb. And the tiny speck of a canoe is where our…

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