A deep dive into uncharted Antarctic waters reveals the need for conservation

By Ian Urbina, Safina Center Fellow It’s not every day that you get to spend 3 hours in a two-person submarine driving around the Antarctic sea floor. And yet, there we were, at the bottom of the globe,… Read More
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Your help is urgently needed to stop the destructive Pebble Mine project in its tracks

The United States Army Corps of Engineers is now fast-tracking the permitting for the proposed Pebble Mine, a giant open-pit and underground gold and copper mine in the headwaters of Bristol Bay, Alaska. The rivers of this vast… Read More
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Carl Safina’s “Beyond Words; What Animals Think and Feel” is now published in French: Read a new review (in French!)

Carl’s seventh book, “Beyond Words; What Animals Think and Feel,” has been translated into French as “Qu’est-ce Qui Fait Sourire Les Animaux? Enquête Sur Leurs Émotions Et Leurs Sentiments.” Read a new review by Christophe Doré for Le… Read More
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