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Ocean Wise Plastic Reduction Program
A new program for restaurants and food service businesses supporting their journey to reduce unnecessary plastic.
At home learning with Ocean Wise. Our educators and animal experts have compiled resources for kids to learn to care for the ocean – and the animals in it – from the comfort of your living room.
A letter from Ocean Wise president and CEO regarding the Vancouver Aquarium
We are overjoyed to be able to share the news that the future of the Vancouver Aquarium, and the affiliated Marine Mammal Rescue program, have been secured thanks to a new partnership with a great new owner! This tremendous outcome not only sets the Aquarium up to thrive, but Ocean Wise, too.
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An ocean-based solution to climate change powered by Ocean Wise. Seaforestation is the act of restoring, planting, managing and caring for underwater seaweed forests.
Ocean Wise is committed to promoting the highest standards of education and creating a real awareness across all ages of the conservation issues our world is facing.
Since 1956, our researchers have been conducting original studies of habitats and animals in the wild and on site in order to advance our knowledge necessary to enhance environmental conservation.
The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup is a national conservation initiative that provides the opportunity for people to take action in their communities wherever water meets land, one bit of trash at a time.
Ocean Wise Seafood
Overfishing is one of the greatest threats our oceans are facing today. The Ocean Wise sustainable seafood program helps to ensure that ocean life will be abundant for generations to come.
Together we can turn the tide on ocean plastic. Ocean Wise is empowering food businesses and individuals to stop the leak of plastic into the ocean, learn to value plastics instead of toss them away, and adopt innovative solutions.
Bridging southern and northern perspectives, knowledge and ideas. Our goal is to create greater awareness and understanding of important issues that affect both northern and southern Canadians.