Engaging Partners

Ocean Conservancy recognizes that real leadership means developing cross-sector solutions that promote ocean health. That’s why we work with the private sector to create partnerships that make sense for companies and for the ocean.

Why does a healthy ocean matter?

  • The ocean covers 70 percent of Earth's surface and contains 97 percent of the planet’s water.
  • More than 50 percent of Americans live within 50 miles of the coast and 180 million people visit the coasts each year.
  • The ocean produces half of the world’s oxygen. That means half of every breath you take comes from the ocean.
  • More than 1 billion people depend on fish from the ocean as their primary source of protein.  
  • A healthy ocean fuels sustainable businesses and a strong economy in industries such as seafood, tourism, pharmaceuticals and shipping. Several studies estimate the total economic value of the ocean to exceed $20 billion per year. Pollution, overfishing and habitat degradation diminish that value.

Our Partners

Brands that partner with Ocean Conservancy share our interest in protecting the ocean for all life that depends on it for their survival, humans included. Corporate executives and volunteers alike look to Ocean Conservancy for sound leadership that creates lasting change.

To learn more about corporate partnership opportunities, click here.

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International Coastal Cleanup Sponsoring Partners

Ocean Conservancy is extremely grateful to our sponsoring partners for their commitment to and enthusiasm for the International Coastal Cleanup.

Trash Free Seas Alliance® Membership

Ocean Conservancy’s Trash Free Seas Alliance® unites industry, science and nonprofit leaders who share a common goal for a healthy ocean free of trash.

Cause Marketing Partnerships

Today more than ever, consumers look for products that not only meet their immediate needs, but give back to the community too.

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