Charting the Future of the Oceans

Charting the Future of the Oceans The recent United Nations Convention on Climate Change in Copenhagen devoted one day to present the latest scientific understanding about the impacts of climate change on the ocean. At this forum, I had the honor of meeting and listening to key leaders ...

The Face of Climate Change

The Face of Climate Change Many people would expect Jean-Michel Cousteau to be most concerned about the effects of climate change on the ocean. He is concerned, but he believes it's the risk of human suffering that calls for the most urgent action ...

Copenhagen and Beyond

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We are all modern witnesses to both the miraculous and the incomprehensible. We have seen our planet from space, had access to the deepest canyons of the ocean ...

Volunteer of the Month: December 2009

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Kristen Bor

Master’s student at UCSB Bren School of Environmental Science and Management

End of the Line for Open Net Cage Salmon Farm

MEDIA ADVISORY – 12th November 2009
The End of the Line for Open Net Cage Salmon Farming?
New film premieres around the world during this week’s Global Week of Action

Protecting the Gentle Giants

"Wisdom is timeless. Unfortunately for us and our global ocean, time is running out." - Jean-Michel Cousteau

OFS in the Press: Diver Magazine: November 2009

In The Flow

Jean-Michel Cousteau's November 2009 article in Diver Magazine.

Protecting Monk Seals

“The Mediterranean monk seals that I used to swim with as a boy are now considered one of the world's rarest marine mammals.” - Jean-Michel Cousteau

Sustaining Our Rainforests, One Child at a Time

"Two weeks ago I was honored to be a part of a "Sustainable Rainforests" fundraising event in Monaco with H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco; the Governor of the State of Amazonas, Eduardo Braga; the president of OFS Brazil, Leda Bozaciyan; and many invited guests." - Jean-Michel Cousteau

Partnership in Marine Conservation

"The oceans sustain all life on this planet; they connect every human community and unfortunately transport our garbage beyond the horizon. " - Jean-Michel Cousteau