Putting Preservation on the Map: Living Oceans Foundation Restoring the World’s Oceans thru Science


This article, published in What’s Up Magazine of Annapolis (Maryland), features an interview with Living Oceans Foundation Executive Director Captain Philip G. Renaud and discusses the Foundation’s headquarters relocation to Annapolis along with their charter and mission of preserving and restoring the world’s oceans thru science.

Putting Preservation on the Map: Living Oceans Foundation Restores the World’s Oceans with Scientific Research

Restoring The World's Oceans Thru ScienceWhat’s Up Magazine (Annapolis, Eastern Shore, West County)
April 8, 2016
Melissa Lauren

In what could be described as a pivotal maritime maneuver, the Living Oceans Foundation, founded by Prince Khaled bin Sultan of Saudi Arabia—moved its worldwide headquarters to Annapolis (specifically the Maritime Republic of Eastport) this past fall. The reason for the big move, according to the organization’s Executive Director, Captain Philip G. Renaud, USN (ret), is to facilitate more efficient community outreach. He explains that the move will better connect Living Oceans Foundation to other significant environmental agencies such as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency. In particular, Renaud is optimistic about a potential partnership with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation to assist with their conservation efforts…

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