The Ocean Sewage Pollution hub features resources for new entrants and seasoned practitioners alike to better understand the problem of ocean sewage pollution, promising solutions at hand, and opportunities for active engagement.
Dr. Wear shares why this issue is relevant to marine conservation, human health, and gender equality. She also discusses how funders can get involved in implementing solutions.
This primer provides an orientation to sewage pollution and the threats that this largely unmonitored and understudied issue presents to ocean health, human health, and coastal economies and livelihoods.
This digest focuses on a groundbreaking study that identifies ways seagrasses mitigate disease risks for both humans and marine organisms, underscoring how these ecosystems could provide a ‘blue solution’ for sewage pollution.
This guest perspective explores opportunities to leverage behavior change and human-centered design as a tool to accelerate culturally-appropriate solutions for sewage pollution worldwide.
This study synopsis indicates that sewage pollution may contaminate downstream food sources from far distances and be more prevalent in seafood than previously realized.
This report explores ocean sewage pollution through the lens of five country-level case studies focused on Australia, Fiji, Honduras, Indonesia, and the Philippines.