Sink or Swim: Designing for a Sea Change, an exhibition organized by the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, features photos of architecture projects around the world designed in response to rising seas.
In a live webcast held June 1, 2015, experts discussed sea level rise in conjunction with the opening of a new photo exhibition at the Aquarium documenting human responses to rising sea levels around the world.
Science on a Sphere
The Aquarium debuted a new show for the Science on a Sphere about the Fukushima nuclear accident and its impacts on humans and marine life.
Conservation | Education
By preserving spaces in the ocean, rather than just individual species, we can protect habitat for hundreds or thousands of species while increasing the economic value of the ocean and the ecosystem services it provides.
Water experts from Southern California and beyond convened at the Aquarium of the Pacific on November 24 to identify new strategies to deal with the water crisis now and meet increased demand in an uncertain future.
Aquarium of the Pacific President and CEO Jerry Schubel chaired a study committee for the National Science Foundation. The committee assessed the value and role of field stations, marine laboratories, and nature reserves.
The Future of Food
The Aquarium will host an ongoing series of talks with Los Angeles Times food editor Russ Parsons. Guests will include authors, chefs, farmers, and more.