Knowledge Sharing sessions are led by one or more facilitators or instructors and provide the opportunity for focused, topic-specific dialogs, direct learning, and building the capacity of participants through interactive approaches to address practical solutions relevant to IMPAC5’s themes and streams. They can accommodate up to 50 participants over 90 minutes.

15 Years of Ocean Monitoring – Knowledge Sharing from World-Leading Ocean Networks Canada
A Governance Model for the High Seas: the South Adriatic Ionian Straight (Ebsa)
A Roundtable on Marine Protected Area Finance: Lessons from Latin America and the Caribbean
Advancing Legitimacy and Justice in Ocean Philanthropy
Allen Coral Atlas: Combining Satellite Technology with Coral Reef Science to Map and Monitor Coastal Habitats
An Innovative Finance Strategy for First Nations Marine Stewardship in the Northern Shelf Bioregion, British Columbia
An Ocean Literacy Research Café: Co-Developing a Collaborative Ocean Literacy Research Program for the Ocean Decade
An Overview of the Climate Vulnerability Index (CVI) and Its Possible Application for MPAs
Assessing Management Effectiveness of MPAs and OECMs: Meeting the New Protected Target for the Post2020 Global Biodiversity Framework
Bottom-Up Initiatives and Indigenous Communities; Leadership in the Designation and Management of MPAs
Bridging the Gap: Linking Indigenous Communities and Companies for Resilient Marine Outcomes
Building Blocks of Your MPA: Identifying Collaborative Opportunities for Decision-Makers to Conserve Globally Important Sites for Marine Megafauna.
Climate Fundamentals:  Responding to Climate Change in MPAs
Climate Science Fundamentals for MPA Managers: Understanding and Working with Uncertainty
Co-Designing Ocean Science to Inform Decision Making: Sharing Insights and Approaches as Part of the Un Decade of Ocean Science
Conserving Our Sea of Islands – Status of and Opportunities for MPAs in the Pacific
Conserving the Mediterranean Sea Through Sound Systems of MPAs and OECMs: Advances, Challenges and Prospects.
Deep-Sea Mining: Potential Impacts on Conservation Measures Including Marine Protected Areas, with Perspectives from Science, Fishers and Communities
Diving Into the Digital World of Online Conservation Education
Ecological Grief: Young Professionals Using Transformative Change to Build a Better Tomorrow
Engaging Marine Protected Areas to Protect Whales for Biodiversity Conservation and Climate Change Solutions
Expanding Participation in Arctic Area-Based Conservation Through OECMs and Indigenous Leadership
Exploring the Role of Key Biodiversity Areas in Building a Network of MPAs and OECMs Relevant to Indigenous-Led Marine Planning
Flippin’ Paper Parks: How Do We Fix Ineffective MPAs?
Fostering Knowledge Co-Production for the Equitable and Empowered Conservation and Governance of Marine and Coastal Social-Ecological Systems
From Knowledge to Action: a Case Study of Protected Area Management Effectiveness in Belize
Global Exchange for Global Action: Marine Protected Areas as Key Tools in Stemming Biodiversity Loss and Tackling Climate Change
How Can Seascapes Promote, Build and Scale Climate Resiliency?
Important Shark and Ray Areas: What Are the Conservation Benefits? How Do They Improve Collaborative Partnerships for Improved Spatial Planning?
Inclusive and Effective Ocean Conservation At Scale: Arcnet – An Arctic Ocean Network of Priority Areas for Conservation
Indigenous and Coastal Communities’ Leadership: Embedding Centuries of Traditional Knowledge Into Practice to Accelerate Community-Led Conservation
Indigenous Approaches to Marine and Coastal Conservation: Perspectives from Canada, Mexico, and the United States
Indigenous Co-Management of Marine Protected Areas:
Experiences and Responsibilities for MPA Management in the U.S. and Other Nations
Indigenous Leadership in Marine Conservation: Special Issue of Parks Stewardship Forum: the Interdisciplinary Journal of Place-Based Conservation
Indigenous Ocean Conservation: Knowledge from Indigenous Conservation Leaders in Canada on Taking Care of All Our Shared Connected Waters
Joint Inuit-Canada Management of Tallurutiup Imanga National Marine Conservation Area, a Newly Created Marine Protected Area in the Canadian Arctic
Kealaikahiki: Oceanic Pathways and Possibilities
Launch of the Publication “State of Marine Protected Areas of West Africa” (Sompa of West Africa)
Long-Term and Equitable Financing Strategies for MPAs: Local Solutions for a Resilient MPA Network Globally
Long-Term Sustainability: Networks of MPA Managers Making the Difference (A Three Part Series of Knowledge Sharing Sessions)
Mainstreaming Equity in Marine Protected Areas: a Global Outlook from Local Perspectives
Marine Conservation and Sustainable Aquaculture, for Marine Protected Areas and Coastal Communities
Marine Protected Area Networks as a Tool for Ocean Science Diplomacy: Lessons Learned from the Gulf of Mexico
Marine Protected Area Networks in the Blue Economy: Connecting Ocean, Biodiversity, Art, Culture, and Promoting Equity and Human Well-Being
MPA Management Effectiveness: Networks of Marine Protected Areas Managers Making the Difference (A Three Part Series of Knowledge Sharing Sessions)
Navigating High Seas MPAs and Other Abmts in 4 Dimensions: Integrating Horizontal, Vertical and Temporal Connectivity
Not Waiting.  Indigenous Peoples in Australia and Nth America Sharing Lessons on Moving the Discussion on Marine Protection Forward.
Operationalizing the M P a Guide: Where Aspiration and Application Meet
Participation, Inclusion and Diversity in Marine Conservation
Quantitative & Qualitative Assessments of Human Uses & Cultures: Opportunities for Strengthening MPA Management, Communities, & Ecosystem Services
Recognizing, Respecting and Supporting Territories of Life: the Best Opportunity for Effective and Equitable Conservation in the Anthropocene
Regional Networks of MPA Managers in the Mediterranean, Latin America, Caribbean and West Africa: How to Learn from Each Other Experience?
Resilient MPA Networks: Networks of MPA Managers Making the Difference (A Three Part Series of Knowledge Sharing Sessions)
Restricting Access to Marine Resources – How to Align Conservation Goals and Human Needs for the Benefit of All
Revival of Ancestral Voyaging Routes to Mobilize Knowledge of Biodiversity and Climate Change
Sea Country Indigenous Protected Areas: Indigenous Leadership in the Protection of Australia’s Marine Environments
Sharing Knowledge to Ensure the Perpetuation of Indigenous Relationship to Ocean Abundance
SIKU: the Indigenous Knowledge Social Network Training Workshop – a Tool for Guardians and Indigenous Led Management of Protected and Conserved Areas
Social Equity and Marine Conservation
Strengthen MPA Effectiveness and Equitable Governance in the Coral Triangle Through Site-Level Knowledge Exchange
Students on Ice Foundation: Opportunities for Youth in the Sustainable Blue Economy
Tenure Rights and Locally Managed Marine Areas in East Africa: Is An Equitable and Just 30X30 Achievable?
The Road to 2030: the Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas Forum and Roadmap, a Unique and Key Process for Reaching M. P. A. Targets
Using Traditional Navigation Knowledge to Raise Awareness as Guardians of the Ocean.
Working Together to Understand, Protect and Manage Sea Country in Australia