A Fresh Kill: Rare Necropsy Reveals A Clear New Threat to Belize’s Manatees

By Ben Mirin, Safina Center Fellow On May 15th, 2017 ten explorers, environmentalists, artists, and scientists embarked on a seven-day voyage to study marine mammals off the coast of Belize. Their collaboration focused on documenting marine mammals living… Read More
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How Sailing Has Taught Me to Distinguish Needs From Wants

Last fall I sailed the North Pacific Ocean from Los Angeles, California, to Honolulu, Hawaii, with a group of Danish sailors and scientists, and renowned artist Chris Jordan, to document the problem of plastic pollution. One year later,… Read More
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Stepping Back and Watching the Amani Children’s Home Grow

By Kate Thompson, Safina Center Kalpana Chawla Launchpad Fellow In the end, it’s worth it. It but takes a long time to get to the end, which is very rarely the end and in actuality is more often… Read More
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