Living with the oceans.


"World Ocean Review" is published by maribus gGmbH and is a cooperation between the following partners:

The Future Ocean”: The research network harnesses the collective knowledge of marine scientists, economists, medical scientists, mathematicians, IT experts, legal scholars and social scientists in pursuit of the study of oceanic and climate change. A total of more than 250 scientists working at Kiel University (CAU), GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW) and the Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design join forces to develop options for sustainable marine conservation and use. > web
IOI: The International Ocean Institute is a non-profit organization founded by Professor Elisabeth Mann Borgese in 1972. It consists of a network of operational centres located all over the world. Its headquarters are in Malta. The IOI advocates the peaceful and sustainable use of the oceans. > web
KDM: Konsortium Deutsche Meeresforschung
KDM: The German Marine Research Consortium combines the broad expertise of German marine research. Its membership comprises all of the research institutes that are active in marine, polar and coastal research. A primary objective of the KDM is to collectively represent the interests of marine researchers to na­tional policy-makers and the EU as well as to the general public. > web
mare: The bimonthly German-language magazine mare, which focuses on the topic of the sea, was founded by Nikolaus Gelpke in Hamburg in 1997. mare’s mission is to raise the public’s awareness of the importance of the sea as a living, economic and cultural space. Besides the magazine, which has received numerous awards for its high-quality reporting and photographs, its publisher mareverlag also produces a number of fiction and non-fiction titles twice a year. > web
United Nations Decade of Ocean Research for Sustainable Development: The UN Decade of Oceans launches a global campaign with the goal of working together to shape the ocean we need for the future: healthy, full of life, with protected areas - but also a sustainably used economic space for our everyday lives. Ocean research is needed to make this happen, but we need you too! Learn more about the UN Ocean Decade, what the ocean should look like by 2030, and how you can help make the ocean the way we want it to be in the future. > web