At a time when our demands of the ocean are expanding at an unprecedented rate—and the consequences of our piecemeal way of managing this life giving resource are becoming abundantly clear—the time has come for a fresh approach, based on stewardship through cooperation. The time to get involved is now!
1) Spread the word about Ocean Frontiers airing on PBS!
PBS stations across the country are broadcasting Ocean Frontiers: The Dawn of a New Era in Ocean Stewardship. Check the PBS broadcast list and let your friends know when it will air in your area. We are posting dates on Facebook and Twitter, so share our posts and tweets!
2) Follow Ocean Frontiers on social media!
3) Check Out Ocean Planning Moving Ahead in U.S.
- National Ocean Council Implementation Plan
- National Ocean Council Marine Planning Handbook
- Northeast Regional Planning Body
- Mid-Atlantic Ocean Data Portal
- Washington Marine Spatial Planning
- The Rhode Island Ocean Special Area Management Plan: Managing Ocean Resources Through Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning - A Practitioner’s Guide
4) Host a Screening of Ocean Frontiers!
We’ve made it easy and free. Fill out the form and we’ll send you a DVD, step-by-step Screening Toolkit, discussion guides and more to help you make your event a splashing success!
5) Dive deeper into each of the stories featured in Ocean Frontiers.
Check out links to their work, new video clips, and opportunities to get involved and connect.
- Saving Whales at Stellwagen Bank
- An Ocean Blueprint for Florida
- Iowa Farmers & the Gulf of Mexico
- Port Orford Fishermen Protect Ocean & Way of Life