The Daily Catch is a news aggregator and content curator produced by The TerraMar Project, a nonprofit ocean organization.
Part of The TerraMar Project’s mission is to raise awareness about ocean issues through The Daily Catch. Also, The TerraMar Project is dedicated to building a global community who will speak up for the ocean. One of our priorities is helping to create an ocean-specific Sustainable Development Goal at the United Nations in 2015.
To produce The Daily Catch, we scour the Internet daily for interesting and important ocean-related stories across a wide range of topics and gather them in one place.
Through The Daily Catch, we amplify the voice and elevate the community that we support. We shine the spotlight on good voices and important topics that might otherwise garner less attention in a world dominated with information. We make it easier for our audience to keep up with all the ocean and water-related news out there in order to support healthy seas.
The Daily Catch model follows general news aggregators such as the Huffington Post, Google, and Yahoo News. Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, this type of news aggregation is considered fair use. Specifically, The Daily Catch is a specialized ocean, river, lake, and water news aggregator, whose function of aggregating published works in a specific topic serves no commercial purpose, but rather provides a service to the consumer by providing context and comparison of multiple sources in one location.
We are always looking for ways to improve our work and to grow our ocean community. Please feel free to contact us at anytime.