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.
Amplifying and strengthening endorsed projects and programmes in the region by hosting workshops and events, providing networking and opportunities for dialogue, providing communication, and media support, and supporting training and capacity- building efforts,
Catalyzing new partnerships under the Ocean Decade by connecting academic researchers, National, State and Indigenous government agencies, NGOs, business and industry, and community members, identifying key gaps in science and decisions, advancing opportunities to fill those gaps, and helping to navigate the Ocean Decade endorsement process,
Supporting monitoring and evaluation of Decade Actions in the region, and
Identifying potential funding sources for ongoing and new Ocean Decade actions within the region, and, if needed, to support the DCC.
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.
Project Manager, Canadian Integrated Ocean Observing System
Coastal Heritage Initiatives Coordinator
We are supported by administrative, communications, data management, and science staff at the Tula Foundation.
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Director, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) and Professor, Bren School of Environmental Science and Management at UCSB
Executive Director, CIOOS Pacific and Professor Emeritus, Memorial University
Marine Resources Program Manager, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Executive Director Coastal Marine Stewardship Branch, Ministry of Land, Water, and Resource Stewardship, Government of British Columbia
Sustainability Researcher, California Sea Grant and CalCOFI Coordinator, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD
Executive Director, OSU Marine Studies Initiative and Professor, Oregon State University
Senior Principal Oceanographer and Affiliate Professor, University of Washington
Chief Scientist, Ocean Networks Canada and Professor, University of Victoria
Executive Director, Sitka Sound Science Center
Executive Director, California Ocean Science Trust
Associate Professor, Western Washington University
Social Scientist, Washington Sea Grant
Senior Advisor, Alaska Ocean Observing System
Marine Planning/Implementation Program Manager, Coastal First Nations–Great Bear Initiative
Program Manager, West Coast Conservation Land Management Program
Professor and Director, Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries, University of British Columbia and Canada Research Chair in Ocean Sustainability and Global Change