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Resources for teachers and students studying 4th-12th grade Oceanography.
Last Updated: Aug 3, 2010 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

Making a Difference/Global Responsibility Print Page

Links to environmental organizations

  • Cousteau Society
    "Our organisation is dedicated to the protection and improvement of the quality of life for present and future generations."--from their mission statement
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
    Link to NOAA and its resources. There are reports for current oceanic events, other ocean organizations, and lots of government information about oceans and weather.
  • Marine Conservation Organizations
    "MarineBio is deeply committed to marine conservation and founded on the concept that, by sharing the wonders of the ocean and marine life, people will be inspired to protect it."--from their homepage
  • Coral Reefs
    Find out the 25 things you can do to save the coral reefs.
  • The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)
    The mission of EPA is to protect human health and to safeguard the natural environment -- air, water and land -- upon which life depends

Lots of places to help the oceans...

This page is dedicated to offering links to organizations that help to repair and preserve the oceans and marine environs of the world. As members of this 21st century global community, we have many opportunities and a great responsibility to take care of the natural resources of this planet.

Global Issues Database

Enter search terms (i.e. Pacific Ocean, sharks, oil spill, etc...) in the above box to be taken right to articles about this topic.


Click on link below and the interactive map, search boxes, or click on featured issues and topics to find out more about a variety of global issues. Depending on what is going on in the world at the time of your search, you may find tons of information or just a little. This is a dynamic database. This means it is constantly changing and being updated.

  • Global Issues in Context
    Global current event links with different perspectives reported. See your Resource or Media Center Specialist for usernames/passwords.

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