The annual Our Ocean conference has, in just three years, become both a catalyst and a showcase for hundreds of global marine protection efforts, and philanthropy is more involved than ever. We round up the highlights.Read More
Do you know where the seafood you eat comes from? There's a good chance the answer is no, as there are very few systems in place to track fish from catch to table. A hefty grant aims to help to tackle this problem.Read More
Overfishing is threatening a core part of the human diet worldwide, which is why some of the biggest foundations are working this problem. One strategy: handing out fat prizes for smart sustainable fishing.Read More
Data and oceans are two of the biggest topics in philanthropy these days, and the Moore Foundation is a leader in both. One of its efforts targets the intersection of the two, just off the Mid-Atlantic coast.
Sometimes the best way to inspire innovation is to encourage a little competition. This was the idea behind Fish 2.0, a business competition aimed at connecting fishing and aquaculture businesses to investors eager to support the seafood industry. The competition was funded by a variety of foundations including heavy hitters like Packard, Rockefeller, the Walton Family, and Gordon and Betty Moore.Read More