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#44 National Ocean Protection Act

From: World Ocean Radio
Series: World Ocean Radio: The Sea Connects All Things
Length: 04:22

A Short Essay by Peter Neill, Director of the World Ocean Observatory

44nationaloceanprotectionact_small World Ocean Radio is a project of the World Ocean Observatory. It is produced in two formats: a 5-minute weekly essay and 30-minute interviews on a wide variety of ocean topics with researchers and activists around the world. The World Ocean Observatory is an on-line place of exchange for information and educational services about the ocean defined as "an integrated global social system," thereby relating the ocean to fresh water, food, energy, public health, trade, transportation, international finance, tourism, governance, culture and community development worldwide. W2O includes resources of the Cultural and Physical Ocean; a Directory of 18,500 ocean organizations; the World Ocean Forum to include a monthly letter on ocean issues, a daily posted international news digest, on-line exhibits, and media; and the World Ocean Classroom, listing educational resources for students, teachers, home schoolers, and general inquiry.

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World Ocean Radio is a project of the World Ocean Observatory. It is produced in two formats: a 5-minute weekly essay and 30-minute interviews on a wide variety of ocean topics with researchers and activists around the world. The World Ocean Observatory is an on-line place of exchange for information and educational services about the ocean defined as "an integrated global social system," thereby relating the ocean to fresh water, food, energy, public health, trade, transportation, international finance, tourism, governance, culture and community development worldwide. W2O includes resources of the Cultural and Physical Ocean; a Directory of 18,500 ocean organizations; the World Ocean Forum to include a monthly letter on ocean issues, a daily posted international news digest, on-line exhibits, and media; and the World Ocean Classroom, listing educational resources for students, teachers, home schoolers, and general inquiry.