Tailor-made comms strategies
to protect the ocean.
A GLOBAL INITIATIVE
TO MAP THE SEAFLOOR BY 2030
The Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project (Seabed 2030) is a pioneering initiative accelerating ocean mapping efforts. We help this global community working with partners across industry, governments, research, philanthropy, NGOs, and civil society to achieve a complete map of the entire seabed by 2030.
Seabed 2030 is a flagship programme of the United Nation’s Ocean Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030).
A REVOLUTION IN MAPPING OCEAN CURRENTS
(Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies)
Teaming up with the Mediterannean Institute for Advanced Studies (IMEDEA), we helped communicate the revolutionary research project, FaSt-SWOT, whose main goal is to use NASA's latest satellite to expand our understanding of small-scale ocean currents.
We embedded with the two-week expedition to create an immersive documentary about life on the high seas, where researchers work day and night to collect data in the waters of the Balearic Islands.
DISCOVERING 100,000 NEW MARINE SPECIES
Ocean Census is the largest programme in history to discover life in our ocean, heralding a new era of pioneering research and scientific exploration to accelerate species discovery and protection. The Nippon Foundation and Nekton-funded project is on a mission to discover 100,000 new marine species in the next decade.
We are providing communications support for one of their flagship expeditions, Macaronesia, an intense 21-day mission off the coast of the Canary Islands.
We helped Bright Tide raise the profile of their Regenerative Farming Accelerator Programme, which aims to support regenerative farming ventures (both on land and in the ocean), build and develop their impact organisations and connect Regenerative Farming ventures directly to the private sector and investment community through networking & pitch events.
Bright Tide is a leading sustainability consultancy company that works with global organisations to address urgent climate and biodiversity challenges around the world.
SPEAKING ARCTIC SCIENCE TO POWER
In the run up to the 2022 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, we worked with Arctic Basecamp, a non-profit of Arctic scientists, to tell world political and business leaders that what happens in the Arctic doesn't stay in the Arctic.
We're proud to have ran the communication effort for Arctic Basecamp before and during the event, staying in an actual Arctic basecamp that the organization set up in front of the Schatzalp Hotel in Davos.
RESTORING THE HEALTH OF OUR MANGROVES
MANGROVE ACTION PROJECT
Mangrove Action Project (MAP) is a US-based nonprofit which collaborates with stakeholders at all levels to preserve, conserve, and restore our world’s mangrove forests.
By working with forest communities, research academics, forest and environment departments, policy makers, and international policy and funding groups, we helped them encourage the preservation and conservation of existing mangroves, educate on how to restore degraded or unhealthy mangrove ecosystems, and encourage multiple generations to take an active interest in their local forests.
BUILDING A COMMUNITY OF OCEAN STARTUPS
We ran the communication for the annual conference for innovation in the ocean space, OCEANOVATION, which aims to accelerate the adoption of sustainable, innovative solutions and protect our ocean for future generations.
Because with the power of knowledge, connections, partnerships, investments and business opportunities, we can create real – and profitable – change.
AWARENESS FOR ECOCIDE AS CRIME
We supported Gallifrey Foundation's goal to raise awareness and garner support for the inclusion of ecocide as an international crime in the International Criminal Court.
To do so, we helped them encourage prominent ocean actors to talk about ecocide and get as many signatories as possible to the open letter - particularly small ocean states.