Marine Life 2030 is implemented utilizing a bottom-up approach which relies on volunteers from all around the world. A series of learning communities have been established, focused on:

  • Best Practices and Interoperability

  • Co-design and Stakeholder Engagement

  • Capacity Development Citizen Science

  • Early Career Ocean Professionals (ECOPS)

  • External Communications and Outreach

  • Indigenous Knowledge

  • Best Practices and Interoperability

  • Co-design and Stakeholder Engagement

  • Capacity Development Citizen Science

  • Early Career Ocean Professionals (ECOPS)

  • External Communications and Outreach

  • Indigenous Knowledge

More information about the program and the learning communities is available here and here.

The Principles and Criteria for Projects and Partners here.

The Marine Biodiversity Observation Network (MBON) calls on nations, scientists, sponsors, and stakeholders to work together as a community of practice to support Marine Life 2030 to enable a dialogue, and coordination and cooperation between programmes. Please see this Dear Colleague Letter and join the MBON/Marine Life 2030 Community of Practice (GEO BON Members).

If you are interested in joining Marine Life 2030, please sign up here.