We support and facilitate co-designed and co-produced knowledge for collaborative solutions to ocean challenges in the Northeast Pacific region.
The Ocean Decade Collaborative Center for the Northeast Pacific connects ocean knowledge to ocean action and makes the Ocean Decade come alive in our region.
We bring our organization's mission to life in four core roles:
Cultivate connections and exchanges across communities, knowledge systems and boundaries.
Identify ocean knowledge gaps and opportunities to catalyze actions centered on community needs.
Share the stories of ocean actions, raising awareness, and highlighting diverse work in the Northeast Pacific.
Mobilize knowledge and resources to accelerate transformative solutions.
The UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (the “Ocean Decade,” 2021-2030), aims to accelerate transformative collective action for the development of ocean knowledge and solutions that address existing and future challenges faced by the world’s ocean ecosystems and peoples, moving from the ‘ocean we have’ to the ‘ocean we want’.Learn More
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Ocean Decade Conference
Three years after the start of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030), a global conference will bring together the Ocean Decade community and partners to celebrate achievements and set joint priorities for the future of the Decade.
A Resilient Pacific: Building Connections, Envisioning Solutions
The Pacific Ocean connects us and binds us to a common future as we rise to meet the challenges of climate change and provide for communities across island and coastal nations in a sustainable way. During this conference we will explore these connections and define pathways for working together to promote resilience and shape a sustainable future for all.
Revitalizing Sea Gardens in the NE Pacific: Reconnecting to Cultural Traditions, Ecologies, and Foods
Join the Ocean Decade Collaborative Center for the Northeast Pacific for a Decade Dialogue about Sea Gardens, and their role in revitalizing connections for and across Indigenous communities in the NE Pacific region.
From the coast to the deep water and across boundaries and borders, we acknowledge the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the Indigenous peoples that have called the Northeast Pacific region home since time immemorial. The Collaborative Center and its team deeply value equity, justice and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. We strive for inclusion of diverse voices and the co-design and co-production of projects with the communities most impacted by our work.