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This blog is primarily geared toward staff at the zoos, aquariums, museums (ZAMs), and other conservation education organizations that are part of our growing global network. We aim to provide you with cutting edge, challenging, and creative information, ideas, and tools to become as effective as possible at communicating about and for conservation with your visitors and the public.

See our ongoing communications research, or join our growing network, at The Ocean Project's website.

June 23, 2009

The Reef Tank blog

The Reef Tank recently blogged about World Oceans Day, The Ocean Project, and director Bill Mott. It's a brief read and may be of interest to some.

Here is the intro paragraph:

Better late then never!
World Oceans Day may have come and gone but The Ocean Project, one of the group behind many of the amazing ocean events of June 8th, works year round insuring ocean conservation and protection, education and action. It has grown from a handful of founding North American aquariums and organizations to the world's largest network to advance ocean education and research. When you think of World Oceans Day--you surely think of The Ocean Project. At least, you should.
Enter The Ocean Project's Director Bill Mott, who has been working with various non-profit organizations for over two decades, creating networks and creative coalitions.
"I enjoy working with others around the country, and around the world, working with them to make our individual and collective efforts much more effective for positive change," he says.
And it shows!
You can read the rest of the blog post here.

The Reef Tank blog provides an outlet for marine hobbyists and reef enthusiasts to discuss areas like saltwater tanks, marine biology, marine conservation, climate change, ocean acidification, and more. They have 25,000 members and 250,000 visitors to the site each month. You may like to check it out!

1 comment:

  1. So glad you have a blog - I am going to continue to check out your site and appreciate learning ways to better our oceans and community!!

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