. Protect the ocean commons from privatization.
. Protect at least 10% of marine areas from fishing by 2020.
. Ensure local communities have coastal access and infrastructure to fuel the blue economy in fishing, shipping and tourism, and pass the "Keeping America's Working Waterfronts Act."
. Improve the regulation and prevention of pollution and environmental degradation.
. Implement precautionary approaches to overfishing.
. Implement strict regulation on where to locate new fishing operations, antibiotic and chemical use, nutrient runoff, and application of sustainably sourced feed from terrestrial and marine origin.
. Expand emerging initiatives for regional fisheries management.
. Expand regenerative ocean farming by including shellfish and seaweed in the Federal Crop Insurance Act.
. Require transparency in the seafood supply chain.
. Revise national fish management programs that consolidate fishery ownership and produce negative ecological impacts.
. Expand regenerative ocean farming by rewarding ocean farmers for carbon and nitrogen sequestration via a "blue carbon fund" administered by NOAA.
. Remove harmful fishing subsidies.
. Increase marine protected areas, while maintaining traditional uses of these areas by local communities.
. Support the proliferation of phytoplankton, submerged aquatic vegetation and kelp forests, and protect coral reefs, to help protect ocean life from acidification.