Paul Greenberg sitting down to eat a very special hamburger.

The year of eating fishally

By Safina Center Writer in Residence Paul Greenberg On September 27th of this year, with PBS Frontline cameras rolling, I sat down at a Lower East Side Manhattan bistro and bit into a hamburger. What made this particular… Read More
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As salmon dwindle, whales die

Co-authored by Carl Safina Governor Jay Inslee visited the San Juan Islands over Labor Day weekend for two reasons: to secure voters, and to get a little peace and quiet. While he did find those two things, he… Read More
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A predictably uncertain future for Antarctic seas – PART III

What follows is Part III of a three-part blog written by Safina Center Fellow John Weller on conservation issues in Antarctica’s Ross Sea. Weller and his colleague, Safina Center Fellow Shawn Heinrichs, are now creating several films based on what they’ve… Read More
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