4 Awe-inspiring Toolkits #fortheocean

Our ocean doesn’t get the attention and support it deserves, despite its fundamental importance to life on Earth. That’s why The Ocean Agency created four Ocean Decade Toolkits in partnership with 11th Hour Racing, UNESCO IOC, UN Ocean Decade, UN Environment Programme, and Adobe.

The goal of the toolkits is to empower everyone, from influencers to nonprofits to journalists and sports organizations, to talk about the seven things absolutely everyone should know about the ocean, seagrass, mangroves, and coral reefs.

The four toolkits provide key facts, imagery, and other tools to create ocean awareness and inspire action. Combined with the Ocean Image Bank of high-quality images and videos, The Ocean Agency’s toolkits make communicating about ocean issues and solutions easier.

Check out the Toolkits

A toolkit to help raise awareness of the fundamental importance of the ocean to life on Earth, and help inspire ocean protection.

Discover the 7 things absolutely everyone should know about the ocean and more. Use this Toolkit to help raise awareness of the fundamental importance of the ocean to life on Earth, and help inspire ocean protection.

Mangroves certainly don’t get the interest and protection they deserve. This toolkit helps raise awareness of mangroves — the world’s most important trees. Use it to help inspire mangrove protection and restoration.

Mangroves certainly don’t get the interest and protection they deserve. This Toolkit helps raise awareness of mangroves — the world’s most important trees. Use it to help inspire mangrove protection and restoration.

Seagrass beds are a vital habitat for many ocean species, from fish to crustaceans to seabirds. Use this Toolkit to help inspire seagrass protection and restoration.

Seagrass beds are a vital habitat for many ocean species, from fish to crustaceans to seabirds. Use this Toolkit to help inspire seagrass protection and restoration.

Coral Reefs are home to more than 25% of marine life — and yet they only cover less than 1% of the ocean floor. Use this Toolkit to help inspire coral reef protection and restoration.

Coral Reefs are home to more than 25% of marine life — and yet they only cover less than 1% of the ocean floor. Use this Toolkit to help inspire coral reef protection and restoration.

Header image credit: Jenny Stock / Ocean Image Bank

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