top of page
Image by LI FEI

Increase scientific knowledge, develop research capacity, and transfer marine technology to improve ocean health and enhance the contribution of marine biodiversity to developing countries.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Local Marine Research Institutes: Conduct scientific research on marine ecosystems, studying biodiversity, water quality, and other factors affecting ocean health.

  2. Ocean Conservation Societies: Focus on raising awareness and funding for scientific research initiatives related to ocean health, supporting projects aimed at understanding and addressing environmental threats.

  3. Citizen Science Alliances for Marine Monitoring: Engage local residents in scientific data collection and monitoring efforts, contributing valuable information to ongoing research projects related to ocean health.

  4. Marine Technology Innovation Hubs: Foster the development and implementation of cutting-edge technologies for ocean monitoring, data collection, and research to enhance scientific knowledge.

  5. Coastal Environmental Education Centers: Provide educational programs and workshops to increase public understanding of marine science, fostering a greater appreciation for and awareness of ocean health.

  6. Oceanography Clubs: Bring together scientists, researchers, and enthusiasts interested in oceanography, promoting collaboration and knowledge-sharing to advance scientific understanding of marine environments.

  7. Sustainable Aquatic Ecology Foundations: Support research initiatives that explore sustainable practices in aquatic ecology, emphasizing the importance of responsible resource management.

  8. BlueTech Collaboratives: Facilitate collaboration between local businesses, researchers, and technology experts to drive innovation in marine science and technology, particularly in areas like ocean monitoring and data analytics.

  9. Marine Biology Societies: Promote the study and advancement of marine biology, encouraging research projects and knowledge exchange to contribute to the overall understanding of ocean health.

  10. Ocean Health Advocacy Networks: Advocate for policies and initiatives that support scientific research, technology development, and knowledge-sharing to address challenges affecting the health of oceans at the local and global levels.

bottom of page