Public establishment of the French Ministry of the Environment
The Association Monégasque sur l’Acidification des Océans (AMAO) was created by the Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco. Its purpose is to disseminate, promote and facilitate international actions on oceans acidification and other global stress factors on marine environment.
The Association Nationale des Élus du Littoral gathers the elected representatives of the local authorities of the French coastline of metropolitan and overseas territories, round specific stakes of economic development and coastal protect.
The association gathers a large majority of the french scientists working in fisheries sciences and promotes the diffusion of scientic knowledge for the sustainable and human-friendly exploitation of living marine resources.
12 universes to understand the Ocean. Gripping spécial effects, 3D animations and interadtive exhibitions transform this visit into a captiving odyssey of knowledge of the ocean planet.
The Fondation aims to protect and improve the environment, encourage scientific, artistic, and social innovation. The Esprit de VELOX programme pioneers at sea, a non-invasive maritime research of the Earth system.
Since 2001, the association Expédition MED develops with its civil public-spirited laboratory and several university laboratories, a program of scientific research and mobilization, on the plastic waste pollution in the marine environment in the Mediterranean Sea.
The French Maritime Cluster (CMF) is an organisation established in 2006 by and for professionals to promote the interests of all sectors of the maritime economy from manufacturing to services.
The French Southern and Antarctic Lands (TAAF) are an overseas territory under the authority of a Prefect. Created in 1955, they are composed of the Crozet and Kerguelen archipelagos, the islands of Saint-Paul and Amsterdam, the Adelie Land within the Antarctic continent and the Scattered Islands.
Jacques Rougerie wanted to create a framework for the emergence and development of new talents (architects, engineers, designers) who will invent and build the habitats and lifestyles of tomorrow, enhancing the potential of the sea and space while respecting this univers.
The German Ocean Foundation aims to enforce a sustainable ocean policy by supporting an interdisciplinary dialogue between ocean stakeholders from science, politics, economy and civil society.
The Global Ocean Forum is an international, independent, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting good governance of the ocean, sustainable development for coastal and island peoples around the globe, and healthy marine ecosystems.
Ifremer, through its research work and expert advice, contributes to knowledge of the oceans and their resources, to monitoring of marine and coastal environments and to the sustainable development of marine activities.
Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO is the United Nations body for ocean science, ocean observatories, ocean data and information exchange, and ocean services such as Tsunami warning systems.
Association in charge of the Ocean and Climate platform Secretary that promotes the sustainable development of economically viable, socially responsible, and environmental-friendly marine activities.
IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature, is the world’s oldest and largest global environmental organisation, with more than 1,200 government and NGO Members in some 160 countries.
IRD is a research organization unlike any other in the field of European research for development. The IRD seeks to confront the major challenges of development by carrying out research, capacity building and innovation missions in Southern countries.
The “Institut Français de la Mer” is an association which, through studies , conferences , publications and influence actions develops awareness of the fundamental role of the sea and promotes sustainable maritime activities.
Given the risks of unsustainable fishing, the MSC is committed to the protection of species and marine habitats through a demanding ecolabelling programme that allows consumers to choose sustainable seafood.
The French centre for analysis and forecasting of the global ocean, entrusted by the EC to implement the Marine Service of Copernicus, the EU Earth Observation and Monitoring Programme.
Mission Blue is a non-profit organization dedicated to igniting public support for a global network of marine protected areas — Hope Spots! — large enough to save and restore the ocean, the blue heart of the planet.
The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is an american environmental action group, combining the grassroots power of more than 2 million members and online activists with the courtroom clout and expertise of nearly 500 lawyers, scientists and other professionals.
The Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre (OA-ICC) is an IAEA “Peaceful Uses Initiative” (PUI) project. The OA-ICC acts as a hub to promote and facilitate global actions on ocean acidification in three overall areas: science, capacity building and communication.
The Oceanographic Institute is committed to enhancing the knowledge of the richness and fragility of the oceans, and promoting their sustainable management and rational and efficient protection.
OceanoScientific aims at taking part in the protection of ocean environment in raising the general public awareness and enriching its knowledge about causes and consequences of climate change through observations at the ocean – atmosphere interface in sea areas subject to little or no scientific exploration.
The Paul Ricard Oceanography Institute was founded in 1966 to “To Know ,To make Known, and to protect the sea”. Its main mission is to study biodiversity and the impact of human activities on marine life.
The Pew Charitable Trusts works to protect some of the world’s most important and unspoiled ocean environments. Its Global Ocean Legacy project assists governments around the world to create large, highly protected marine reserves.
Against a backdrop of global change and for the benefit of society, the objective of Plymouth Marine Laboratory is to develop and apply world-leading, integrated marine science towards the sustainable future of the ocean.
The Foundation was initially created in 2006 by Prince Albert II of Monaco and it concentrates on environmental protection, sustainable development, climate change and the promotion of renewable energies as well as biodiversity
Paris Sciences et Lettres is a new research university, made of cooperative actions between the École normale supérieure, the Collège de France, ESPCI ParisTech, Chimie ParisTech, the Observatoire de Paris, the Université Paris-Dauphine and the Institut Curie.
Race for Water is a foundation dedicated to water Preservation. Through three programmes : Research, Awareness and Solutions, the foundation intends to LEARN, SHARE and ACT concretely to preserve water from plastic pollution.
The Scripps Institution of Oceanography (sometimes referred to as SIO, Scripps Oceanography, or Scripps) in San Diego, California, is one of the oldest and largest centers for ocean and Earth science research in the world.
SHOM’s mission is to understand and describe the physical marine environment in its relationship with the atmosphere, the seabed and littoral zones; forecast changes and disseminate the corresponding information.
Surfrider Foundation Europe is a non profit organization, dedicated to defending, saving, improving and managing in a sustainable manner the ocean, coastline, waves and the people who enjoy them.
The Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle is a member of Sorbonne University and participates of the growth of knowledge in the marine sphere and thus, takes part of its different missions : research, enrichment, conservation, provision of data, education and dissemination of knowledge.
Tara Expeditions is a French non-profit organization active since 2003 in favor of the environment. A legendary boat built for extreme conditions, Tara is the platform for high-level scientific research missions.
The University of Southampton offers research and degree courses in ocean and Earth science. It is one of the world’s largest groups of scientists and engineers devoted to research, teaching ad technology development in ocean and Earth science.
WWF is one of the world’s largest and most experienced independent conservation organizations, with over 5 million supporters and a global network active in more than 100 countries. WWF’s mission is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.