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The future of Coral Reefs….is not good

As climate change results in warmer, more acidic waters, all marine life is affected. As with any environmental change, some creatures will benefit, while others will perish. An increasing number of scientific studies indicate that coral will fall,… Read More
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Sushi in the news

Sustainable sushi keeps popping up in the news.  The Christian Science Monitor reported on the sushi guide we came out with in October 2008 and 2 sustainable sushi restaurants- one in San Francisco, the other in Portland, OR…. Read More
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Carl Safina Named Prominent Scientist

Blue Ocean’s President Carl Safina is one of the Prominent Scientists featured in the 25th Anniversary edition of Issues in Science and Technology! In response to the challenge from President Barack Obama for science to deliver on its… Read More
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Restoring Fisheries

Carl Safina recently wrote a comprehensive essay in the National Academy of Sciences journal Issues in Science and Technology. Carl touches on a whole slew of policies that government should take into consideration as they try to keep… Read More
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Learning from “The Cove”

This blog was written by Justin Adams, our M.B.A. intern from the University of Michigan, Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise. “The illiterate of the 21st century won’t be those that cannot read or write,” says my favorite… Read More
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Will there always be another fish in the sea?

The following op-ed by Carl Safina appeared in Newsday, July 9, 2009.  For a full version, click here. Will there always be another fish in the sea? Carl Safina, a MacArthur fellow who lives in Setauket, is the president… Read More
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