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    Global Perspective

    Global Perspective

    Educating the public on the importance of preserving the world’s oceans, developing sustainable management practices needed to stem the destruction of marine resources, and discovering ocean-based solutions addressing the problem of world hunger.

  • Missionaries Reunite at Ocean Summit West

    Missionaries Reunite at Ocean Summit West

    This weekend the International Peace and Education Center (IPEC) in Las Vegas played host to a highly successful and emotionally charged reunion bringing together many of the 43 Japanese Unificationist... Read more

About us

Who We Are

Ocean Providence International, Inc. is a non-profit organization created to act as a platform for collaborating, and cooperating with individuals and organizations, from any part of the world, desiring to pursue sustainable stewardship over the oceanic kingdom and its related ecosystems. Further, OPIINC wishes to serve as a resource center and lead in the area of education and solution development with an eye toward the future generations.

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Educating

Promoting education on sustainability and preservation

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Collaborating

Working together with like-minded organizations and individuals

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Sponsoring

Promoting training for proper marine methodology

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Redefining

Expanding and re-examining our goals and direction

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Acidification

The ocean absorbs as much as one third of the CO2 emitted worldwide, which keeps us cooler but makes the ocean surface much more acidic. Learn more.


Dead Zones

Dead zones are areas where the sea floor has little to no dissolved oxygen. These areas are often found at the mouths of large rivers, and are caused primarily by fertilizers that are being carried in the runoff. Learn more.


Mercury Pollution 

Scientists report that our ocean’s mercury levels have risen over 30% the last 20 years, and will increase another 50% in the next few decades. Emissions from coal power plants are the primary culprit, dispensing poisonous mercury that works its way up the food chain, eventually coming to us through the fish we eat. Learn More.

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Acidification

The ocean absorbs as much as one third of the CO2 emitted worldwide. This makes the ocean more acidic.

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Dead Zones

There are more than 400 ocean dead zones in our oceans today.

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Mercury Pollution

Our ocean’s mercury levels have risen over 30% the last 20 years.

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Sustainable Stewardship

Our oceans are dying. Let us work together to find and enact solutions before it is too late.

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