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Experts say marine protected areas are great but could be better with more staff and funding

When people used the oceans up until the late 1800s, they often did so with reckless abandon. Fishers would pull enormous quantities of fish from the seas and whalers would nab as many blubber-filled cetaceans as possible. Coral-hunters… Read More
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A new Marine Protected Area in the heart of marine biodiversity

By Safina Center Fellows John Weller and Shawn Heinrichs February 16th, 2017, Fam Islands, Raja Ampat, Indonesia: The rain broke just before sunrise, and the island glowed orange as our ship pulled within sight of the newly built… Read More
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