IOC Ocean Literacy Portal

Initiative Type: Infrastructures

Beleフ[ Statement Area: Climate Variability, Emerging Pollutants, Ocean Observation, Ocean Resources, Ocean Technology

Initiative Location: Afghanistan,Albania,Algeria,Angola,Argentina,Australia,Austria,Azerbaijan,Bahamas,Bangladesh,Barbados,Belgium,Belize,Benin,Brazil,Bulgaria,Cabo Verde,Cameroon,Canada,Chile,China,Colombia,Comoros,Congo,Cook Islands,Costa Rica,Cテ?ツエte dテ「ツ?ツ?Ivoire,Croatia,Cuba,Cyprus,Czech Republic,Democratic Peopleテ「ツ?ツ?s Republic of Korea,Democratic Republic of the Congo,Denmark,Djibouti,Dominica,Dominican Republic,Ecuador,Egypt,El Salvador,Equatorial Guinea,Eritrea,Estonia,Ethiopia,Fiji,Finland,France,Gabon,Gambia,Georgia,Germany,Ghana,Greece,Grenada,Guatemala,Guinea,Guinea Bissau,Guyana,Haiti,Honduras,Iceland,India,Indonesia,Iran,Iraq,Ireland,Israel,Italy,Jamaica,Japan,Jordan,Kazakhstan,Kenya,Kiribati,Kuwait,Lebanon,Libya,Madagascar,Malaysia,Maldives,Malta,Mauritania,Mauritius,Mexico,Monaco,Montenegro,Moroco,Mozambique,Myanmar,Namibia,Nauru,Netherlands,New Zealand,Nicaragua,Nigeria,Niue,Norway,Oman,Pakistan,Palau,Panama,Papua New Guinea,Peru,Philippines,Poland,Portugal,Qatar,Republic of Korea,Romenia,Russia,Saint Kitts and Nevis,Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines,Samoa,Saudi Arabia,Senegal,Serbia,Seychelles,Sierra Leone,Singapore,Slovenia,Solomon Islands,Somalia,South Africa,Spain,Sri Lanka,Sudan,Suriname,Sweden,Switzerland,Syrian,Thailand,Timor-Leste,Togo,Tonga,Trinidad & Tobago,Tunisia,Turkey,Turkmenistan,Tuvalu,Ukraine,United Arab Emirates,United Kingdom, United Republic of Tanzania,United States of America,Uruguay,Vanuatu,Venezuela,Vietnam,Yemen

Time Frame: Ongoing

Description:

The Ocean Literacy Portal serves as a one-stop shop, providing resources and content available to all, with the goal of creating an ocean-literate society able to make informed and responsible decisions on ocean resources and ocean sustainability. Here you will find the necessary Ocean Literacy resources to develop knowledge, skills, values and behaviours needed to create an ocean literate community. A collection of education and information resources, projects, tools, methods, reports, programs and materials regarding global ocean knowledge, useful to understand ocean processes, functions and issues. The Ocean Literacy Portal is a universal sharing platform. By sharing the world?s ocean knowledge, we are committed to building a global ocean movement to protect the planet on which we live.

Contact: Salvatore Arico, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO, s.arico@unesco.org

Initiative Website: https://oceanliteracy.unesco.org/