Fishing in the Miyato River/ 宮戸川長縄 Miyatogawa Nagawa, ca. 1832 - 1834 by Hokusai

Die Nature Writing Autorin Michaela Vieser ist Wave Writer Stipendiatin der Okeanos Stiftung für das Meer. Im Zentrum ihrer Arbeit steht der Blick auf unseren menschlichen Umgang mit den Gewässern unseres Planeten.

Since July 2021, visitors of the Senckenberg Naturmuseum Frankfurt can marvel at one of the most productive ecosystems of our planet: In an artificial Indo-Pacific coral reef, more than 3000 organisms cavort, which taxidermists in cooperation with scientists have depicted true to life. A mind-changing experience that is not only fun, but also thought-provoking.

The Round Table is a joint format of Okeanos Foundation for the Sea and the Institute for Mindfulness, Connectedness and Engagement (AVE).

Hardly anything connects people as strongly as music does. Knowing about that power of music, Okeanos is proud to support the project ‘Seventeen Global Goals – a song for the world in need’

For the first time, Okeanos supports an outstanding nature writer with our project ‘wave writer’.

Okeanos supports the student team around producer Christina Honig with a one-time grant

Development of a mentoring programme for the unfolding of personal potentials that enable commitment to a sustainable future

Bringing together active youth for ocean and environmental protection projects in three summercamps on Vaka Okeanos off the French coast in the Mediterranean Sea

Image sources

  • Fishing_in_the_Miyato_River_–_Hokusai: Michaela Vieser
  • Riff-Senckenberg-1: Senckenberg/Traenkner
  • 13_0160a_TAH_PIC_Tahiti_20-a: © Okeanos Foundation
  • 17goalssong-okeaons: © Okeanos Foundation
  • whaleday: © Okeanos Foundation
  • F_VAKA_OKEANOS_122b: © Okeanos Foundation