Sea Shepherd Global’s Initiative for African female seafarers
Grant for programme to sponsor African female maritime cadets, helping to combat illegal fishing across the continent.
Foundation Chief Executive attends UN General Assembly
This week, Ruth Boumphrey attended the High-Level Ocean Meeting at the 78th United Nations General Assembly in New York, discussing the key opportunities and challenges facing the global maritime industry.
Funding a climate-resilient ocean economy
Lloyd’s Register Foundation’s Suzanne Johnson reflects on her role as Senior Ocean Advisor to the United Nations Global Compact, supporting the work of the Ocean Stewardship Coalition.
Transforming modern workplace health and wellbeing
Lloyd's Register Foundation, in collaboration with The National Safety Council, is proud to unveil a groundbreaking new report, 'New Value of Safety in a Changing World.'
The new valuation of safety
Measuring the value of safety in a changing world
Multi-year Global Maritime Trends 2050 research programme launches
Lloyd’s Register and Lloyd’s Register Foundation have together launched a multi-year Global Maritime Trends 2050 research programme.
Celebrating women’s contributions to maritime history
Rewriting Women into Maritime makes London International Shipping Week debut
Accelerating climate action in Africa
This week marks Africa Climate Week 2023, a platform for policymakers, practitioners, businesses, and civil society to come together and fight back against climate change.
London International Shipping Week 2023
London International Shipping Week is back for its tenth year, celebrating a decade of innovation and collaboration for one of the most significant gatherings for shipping professionals worldwide.
Addressing the skills for safety gap in Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia remains one of the most dangerous regions to work in the world. In 2018 Lloyd’s Register Foundation started providing engineering scholarships across the region through the Southeast Asia Skills Enhancement Programme (SEASEP).