Nautilus features ProtectedSeas NavigatorNov 28, 2023
ProtectedSeas staff helps inform US Offshore Wind Energy AtlasSep 15, 2023
Offshore wind energy is on the way to becoming a significant U.S. renewable energy source. Recently, Anna-Katharina von Krauland co-authored the US offshore wind energy atlas. “The ProtectedSeas dataset provides an intuitive and integrated resource for understanding otherwise fragmented marine spatial planning data, which along with the expert advice offered by the team, was hugely helpful in determining which regulations pertain specifically to wind energy development, ultimately enabling a more realistic atlas.”
~ Anna-Katharina von Krauland Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University.
LINGO announces new partnership with ProtectedSeasAug 28, 2023
The Leave it in the Ground Initiative‘s Protected Carbon team and ProtectedSeas are proud to announce a new partnership.
This agreement will see Protected Carbon’s data tracking oil and gas extraction projects supplement ProtectedSea’s map of marine protected areas. Our collaborative partnership is intended to cross-promote the work of our respective organizations, in order to further enhance the comprehensive marine protected areas (MPAs) boundary and regulatory information within the Navigator database. Specifically as it relates to better understanding the prevalence of oil and gas – both for existing sites, as well as potentially permitted areas.
Read more on LINGO’s ProectedCarbon website here.
A Triumph for Marine Conservation: The Largest Global Map of Marine Life Protections ReleasedJul 19, 2023
The world’s first global map of marine life regulations and their boundaries has just been released – and it could play an important role in reaching the goal of protecting 30% of our oceans by 2030. Read more on the We Don’t Have Time social network here.
ProtectedSeas Navigator highlighted on EarthX TVDec 20, 2021
EarthX TV has released their current programming entitled “Our Living Oceans”. The Season finale, entitled Ocean Optimism, describes how despite the myriad of threats our oceans face, there is still reason for hope. ProtectedSeas Navigator, along with Dr. Sylvia Earle and others, is highlighted during this episode as part of the story related to the need for robust marine protected areas.
Data and Technology to Protect the Ocean – ProtectedSeas interviewed by NCSOFTJan 12, 2021
ProtectedSeas’ MPA map showing the marine protected areas in South Korea.