The Pew Fellows Program in Marine Conservation is part of the marine unit at the Pew Environment Group. Working to address critical marine conservation issues in the United States as well as in Europe, Australia, Antarctica and elsewhere, the Pew Environment Group contains one of the world’s largest marine programs in science and environmental advocacy.

The prestigious Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation is annually awarded to five outstanding global leaders or teams who are working to preserve and protect the world’s oceans and marine species. Designed to promote innovative work, the Pew Fellowship provides flexible support and encourages creative, interdisciplinary approaches to the preservation of marine systems.