Silent Oceans campaign partners

OceanCare has been committed to marine wildlife protection since 1989. Since 2011 with Special Consultative Status on marine issues with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Through research and conservation projects, campaigns, environmental education, and involvement in a range of important international committees, OceanCare undertakes concrete steps to improve the situation for wildlife in the world’s oceans.

Alianza Mar Blava is a cross-sectoral alliance of more than 80 institutions, including public authorities of the Baleares, industry federations of tourism, agriculture, shipping, fisheries, as well as trade unions and NGOs, unified by the aim of an oil-free Mediterranean Sea.

Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) is dedicated to reducing animal suffering. AWI’s wants animals to be treated in a better way in all sectors – in laboratories, agriculture, trade, households, and in the wild.

Clean Adriatic Sea Alliance is a group of citizens and environmentalist partners protecting the Adriatic Sea. Working in Croatia and around the world, CASA is specifically opposing offshore oil and gas explorations off Croatia.

Centro de Conservación Cetacea is a charitable Chilean NGO founded in 2001. By means of scientific research and environmental education, it supports the implementation of conservation measures aiming to ensure welfare and survival of cetaceans as well as responsible, non-invasive interactions with marine mammals in Chile and the whole Latin American region.

CSI is committed since 1978 to ensuring that less marine mammals get caught or killed, and to reducing harm to animals by human activities. It also supports public information about marine mammals and their habitats.

 

ECCEA’s multi-faceted environmental programmes focus on the careful treatment of the marine ecosystems and their inhabitants. The ocean is home to plenty of wildlife, including cetaceans, fish and corals – in which the survival of each species is linked to the diversity of species.

 

ECOCARE Maldives is an independent charitable NGO dedicated to environmental protection and sustainable development. It specifically focuses on raising awareness for nature conservation.

Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) is an independent organisation based in London and Washington DC. EIA runs campaigns to protect nature from abuse and environmental crimes.

 

Peruvian organisation Fundación Ballena Azul (FBA) protects marine wildlife through research, environmental education and awareness raising. It is active in a range of sectors of society and acts as a partner in regional and global networks.

 

Instituto de Conservación de Ballenas (ICB) carries out scientific research and environmental education in order to protect whales and their habitats. Founded in 1996, it joined Ocean Alliance in heading the research programme on southern right whales. This programme started in 1970 and is the longest uninterrupted study on a large cetacean species that continuously monitors specific individuals.

 

M.E.E.R. is a charitable organisation based in Berlin. It mainly deals with scientific research on dolphins and whales, and with environmental education based on this practical work in order to improve ocean conservation.

 

Morigenos – Slovenian Marine Mammal Society is a charitable scientific NGO founded in 2001. It is active in the fields of scientific research, species conservation, environmental education and raising public awareness. The organisation aims to efficiently protect marine habitats and biodiversity, specifically focusing on dolphins and marine turtles in the Northern Adriatic Sea.

 

OCC – Organization for Cetacean Conservation – Uruguay was founded in 2000. Its work is dedicated to scientific research of coastal and marine habitats, as well as to environmental education.

 

Ocean Conservation Research is active in both biological and technological research. Research results inform politics, the public, and the industry how to reduce anthropogenic underwater noise in the oceans.

 

Ocean Mammal Institute’s research focus is on the impact of human activities on whales and dolphins. OMI is designed to bridge the gap between individual people, science and technology, and to strengthen intimacy with nature.

Oceanomare Delphis Onlus is a charitable organisation aiming to study marine mammals and their habitats, and to efficiently protect them based on scientific data. The organisation was created in 2010 by the merger of Oceanomare and Delphis mdc.

 

The independent NGO was founded in 2005 in Lofoten, Norway, as a place where science, art and people meet. By means of art, it makes research results and calls for action accessible to people and motivates them to get active.

 

OMMAG is a network of people who watch whales and dolphins in the archipelago of Guadeloupe: divers, fishermen, skippers, coastguard, scientists, sailors, and ocean enthusiasts. Observations can be land-based or at sea.


Salvia Team is an independent campaigns organisation founded in 2012 and dedicated to environmental and ocean protection. Salvia employs their expert knowledge for developing strategies and procedures that guide towards sustainability.

 

SOS Grand Bleu is a non-profit organisation based in Southern France, which aims to implement measures to protect the flora and fauna of the Mediterranean – specifically dolphins and whales. It follows the motto: action + education = protection.

 

Tethys Research Institute, founded in 1986 in Italy, is a charitable scientific organisation working to protect the marine habitats and their biodiversity, with a specific focus on marine mammals in the Mediterranean Sea.

 

UPA is working for animal welfare in Peru since 2003. The organisation is pushing for better animal protection legislation, runs adoption and sterilisation programmes, fights against animal abuse at universities or in the industry, and organises awareness and education campaigns.

 

VIVAMAR is a society for sustainable marine development. Based on scientific work, it protects the last marine mammals – particularly bottlenose dolphins – in Slovenian waters and the Northern Adriatic Sea.

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Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) is the largest international organisation dedicated solely to the protection of whales and dolphins.

 

Wild Migration is an international competence centre for scientists, politicians, and NGOs aiming to promote the survival of wildlife worldwide.

 

World Animal Protection fights animal abuse around the globe. It works directly with animals and cooperates with people and organisations making sure that animals are treated respectfully and sympathetically.