World Ocean Radio 6/26/24: An Ocean Literacy Declaration

Host: Peter Neill
Trisha Badger

World Ocean Observatory is ever in search of new systems that convert knowledge into action, especially as they relate to ocean education and communication. Here on World Ocean Radio we often discuss the concepts and principles of ocean literacy, and the ways in which they can be distilled into learning opportunities for educators and students everywhere. We are pleased to report a prospective turning point in the ocean literacy movement: concepts that have been articulated into a new report out of the first Ocean Literacy World Conference held in Venice, Italy 7-8 June, 2024.

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