WCS Criticizes the Elimination of U.S. National Ocean Policy
June 20, 2018
The National Ocean Policy was established by Executive Order in 2010, based on decades of research and public input and the recommendations of two bipartisan ocean commissions that called for improved coordination of our shared ocean resources. It allows overlapping agencies to coordinate the best way to conserve the ocean, the wildlife that calls it home, and the jobs and livelihoods that rely on it.
Your tax-deductible gift supports cutting-edge exhibits, first-class
animal care, and in-depth research to help threatened wildlife
survive and thrive.
WCS News & Updates
Sign up for WCS news and we'll keep you updated on the latest from the field.
Stand for Wildlife
Join more than one million wildlife lovers working to save the Earth's most
treasured and threatened species.
Year End Challenge: $500,000 for Wildlife
Last chance to make a difference in 2018: Your help is crucial to securing the resources to keep wildlife safe and protect the places they call home. Donate by December 31 to help save elephants and other threatened wildlife.