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March for the Oceans; Make A Splash!

By Carl Safina and Sylvia Earle When the first World Oceans Day was held in 1992, the oceans were very different than today. The oceans were less acidic because less carbon dioxide had dissolved into them. They were… Read More
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Fish on Fridays

By Paul Greenberg, Safina Center Fellow Walking around the Norwegian town of Gradstad today I was surprised by the appearance of a codfish split down the center and held up to dry in the spring son. It was… Read More
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To native birds’ benefit, conservationists declare South Georgia clear of invasive rodents for first time in more than 200 years

Celebrated sea captain James Cook implanted a British flag down into the rocky, icy ground on the shore of South Georgia in 1775. When he did so, he claimed ownership of the icy, mountainous Antarctic island not only… Read More
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