Breaching the Blue is “a blog run by Mark Gibson, an ocean enthusiast, social scientist, and divemaster seeking to ‘connect the dots’ for a better understanding of global ocean conservation.” His site covers the politics, economics, and human dimensions of the global ocean, and The Schooba Academy is honored to be a part of his new podcast series. Check out our 15 minute interview on his site!
Archive for August, 2011
Tags: breaching the blue, conservation, economics, mark gibson, nonprofit, ocean, podcast, politics, schooba, science, SCUBA, Zach Rome
Tags: after school, at risk, brooklyn, low-income, new york, nonprofit, nyc, queens, rockaway waterfront alliance, rwa, schooba, science, SCUBA
The Rockaway Waterfront Alliance (RWA) is “a community-based non-profit organization that works to empower the local Rockaway community to play a role in the determination of their neighborhoods, and foster an understanding of the principals of environmental justice and urban sustainability.” They run summer programs with different schools and students, and we’ve done a few workshops with them throughout the summer. Some pics of our first one, courtesy of RWA:
Tags: all terrain, at cares, grant, schooba, SCUBA
We’re super proud to be accepted as one of the August Candidates for All Terrain’s Grant program. Help us win a $1,000 grant by voting for Schooba on our profile page below. They do allow multiple voting, so refresh that page and do it again! And again. And again. And again. And again. And again … times infinity.