The Safina Center
80 North Country Road
Setauket, NY 11733
The Safina Center works with the Gelfond Fund for Mercury Research and Outreach at Stony Brook University to bring consumers the most up-to-date and easy-to-understand information about mercury in seafood.
The links below lead to articles, brochures, videos and reports that help untangle this issue:
NEW BROCHURES & CHART
Carl Safina in The Huffington Post
Safina Center Blogs
The Safina Center’s FULL Mercury Report
Did you know? Like people who eat too much mercury-contaminated fish, fish-eating wildlife—birds such as ibises, herons, and egrets, and aquatic mammals including whales and dolphins—can suffer neurological and developmental effects.
“Choosing Wisely: Recognizing and Preventing Overexposure to Mercury in Fish” – Video for Health Care Professionals
(cover photo: Bluefin tuna. © Carl Safina)