Partners

University of Western Australia

UWA is one of Australia’s leading universities and is among the Top 100 in the world. It has an international reputation for excellence in teaching, learning and research.

The Pew Charitable Trusts

The Pew Charitable Trusts initiated Sea Around Us in 1999 to develop a detailed global database to assess fishing’s impact on the oceans. While the collaboration concluded in December 2014, we continue to work with Pew to advance the use of catch reconstruction.

Vulcan Inc.

Vulcan, a Paul G. Allen company, is a nimble private company with a portfolio as diverse as the challenges of the world. Vulcan’s philanthropic group invests in projects that advance discovery and catalyze great ideas that drive positive change for life on the planet.

The MAVA Foundation

The MAVA Foundation supports our work in West Africa, and has a dedicated interest in engaging in strong partnerships to conserve biodiversity for future generations.

The Oak Foundation

The Oak Foundation commits resources to address issues of global, social & environmental concern, particularly those that have an impact on the lives of the disadvantaged.

NEREUS

The Nereus program developed an international research network able to evaluate future scenarios for managing fisheries in the world’s oceans.

Collaborations

See more projects from Sea around Us on our Projects page.

National Geographic

National Geographic supported the Sea Around Us through a common interest in quantifying and illustrating the impact of fisheries on marine ecosystems. We chose the “seafoodprint” of fisheries as a measure of this impact. Read the SeafoodPrint report.

Baltic 2020

We contributed to the work of the Baltic Sea 2020 Foundation (Sweden) by reconstructing total catch time series for all Baltic Sea countries back to 1950.

Oceana

Oceana supported a conference held in Belize in 2011 aimed at disseminating and repatriating crucial information on the marine biodiversity and fisheries of Belize and what the people of Belize were at risk to lose due to proposed oil exploration in their waters.