OceanNEnvironment only undertake projects that yield measurable goals and objectives. Our positional statements are:

  •  The single MOST important reason why our oceans are disintegration is because  there too many people on this planet. We believe that conservation efforts should be directed to benefit the local stake holders providing them with resources to benefit from the eco - tourism.

  • If long-term conservation is to take place - it is dependent on our capacity to persuade local people that they will be ‘better off’ protecting the natural system than degrading it, by creation of markets for goods and services in an environmentally manner.
  • If local people gain from sustainable use of the ocean resources through tourism, they will protect this asset and may even invest future resources into it. Marine parks and reserves cannot survive without the support of the local people.
  • We believe that understanding, appreciation and love begets preservation and protection people can only protect and preserve what they love therefore it is important that they have affinity and connection to the environment. In this aspect OceanNEnvironment actively support research, initiate educational projects with financial grants and logistic support.

OceanNEnvironment’s conservation projects are small, but they are performance based, providing direct assistance or contribution to the cause thus results are measurable.


1000 Kids, One Message is a world leader in presenting a sustainable event dedicated to shark conservation and extensive environmental initiatives and awards. A non-profit awareness initiative driven by Ocean Geographic Society, attendees will be privy to a string of very family friendly programs currently billed to fill this unique day. The event was held at Hong Kong's Cyberport, a creative digital community best selected for this special intervention. 9 July, 2011 will see 1000 kids gathered at this prestigious location to voice the pledge, "I am the future, I won't eat shark fins". Read More


The Vision: In 2010, the heroic spirit of Shackleton lives on through a new team of explorers: To follow his footsteps, not for the glory of being the first to cross the Antarctic or the first to climb the highest mountain but to produce a momentous documentation of one of the most beautiful places on Earth. This production will serve as a gift for future generations with an imaging epic that guarantees to inspire, invigorate and challenge for preservation of planet earth. Read More


Shark Conservation projects - The apex predator of the ocean's ecological web now faces a new predator - the human being. We have created a need for the cruel finning of sharks by our desire to consume them. Our fishing industry's indiscriminate methods have caused the unnecessary suffering and death of these creatures. It will cause an imbalance in the ecology and bio-diversity of their habitat, our oceans, and our seas. Read More

Celebrate the Sea is the most prestigious event of the sea in the Asia Pacific –  first launch in 2002 as part of ADEX – Asian Diver Expo, the festival was subsequently staged in Kuala Lumpur 2003 and 2004, Singapore 2005 and 2006, Philippines 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, Manado, Indonesia 2011 – it has evolved to be the one of the most important international event of the sea.  The 3-day event is comprise of showing the latest in marine feature documentaries, children’s painting competition, exhibition featuring an international prints in competition, posters display on  marine environmental issues. Read More


 Ocean Geographic explores the dynamics of our ocean – the source and cradle of all life on Earth, occupying nearly 70.98 per cent of our planet's surface and provides 99 per cent of the Earth's living space. Since most life on Earth is aquatic, in terms of both diversity and biomass, Ocean Geographic focuses on getting to know who’s who in the sea, allowing readers to appreciate the complexity of the oceanic life forms that make up the vast biospheres, as well as understanding the environmental influences and climatic conditions that that make this water planet a hospitable place. Read More