Ocean Conservancy Inc.
From the Arctic to the Gulf of Mexico to the halls of Congress, Ocean Conservancy educates and empowers people to take action on behalf of the ocean. We make ocean issues accessible and engaging, bringing science, political action and communications together to condition the social climate for change and protect the ocean for future generations.
Coral Restoration Foundation Inc
Coral Restoration Foundation™ (CRF) is the world’s largest non-profit marine conservation organization dedicated to restoring coral reefs to a healthy state, in Florida as well as globally. Headquartered in the Florida Keys, CRF was incorporated in 2007 in response to the widespread loss of the dominant coral species on the Florida's Coral Reef, the third largest barrier reef in the world. CRF’s core mission is to restore coral reefs, to educate others on the importance of our oceans, and to use science to further coral research and coral reef monitoring techniques. Large-scale and massive action is required to save our reefs. After more than a decade of successful outplanting throughout the Florida Keys, CRF has proven that this is possible.
The Coral Reef Alliance
The Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) is an environmental NGO that is on a mission to save the world's coral reefs. Founded in 1994, CORAL has a history of working collaboratively with communities to reduce direct threats to reefs. Recently, CORAL led scientific research into how corals adapt to climate change and what this means for conservation today. By combining its community-centered conservation approach and scientific expertise, CORAL creates the conditions that give reefs around the world the best chance to thrive for generations to come.
We can save the oceans and feed the world. Oceana is the largest international advocacy organization focused solely on ocean conservation. We run science-based campaigns and seek to win policy victories that can restore ocean biodiversity and ensure that the oceans are abundant and can feed hundreds of millions of people. Oceana victories have already helped to create policies that could increase fish populations in its countries by as much as 40 percent and that have protected more than 1 million square miles of ocean. We have campaign offices in the countries that control close to 25 percent of the world's wild fish catch, including in North, South and Central America, Asia, and Europe.