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We work globally to establish pragmatic, science-based policies that conserve our oceans, public lands, and shorelines.
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Pew States 11h
With more than 1,800 miles of coast, river, and bay shoreline, New Jersey is no stranger to flooding. Explore how the state is helping local leaders better protect their residents and infrastructure
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A feel-good story for your evening: First-person encounters with whales, seals, and orcas hint that animals may show compassion for other species.
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“It’s incredibly important that we are protecting [deep-sea corals] before they get damaged.”—Pew’s A new plan to protect deep-sea coral habitat in the Gulf of Mexico could help vulnerable ocean ecosystems grow.
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Decades of collaboration and effort have kept the Tongass National Forest largely roadless. But the future of the “crown jewel of the National Forest system” is at risk.
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Tom Dillon Nov 16
Who knew? Whales valued at $2M each for their carbon capture. Nice piece ⁦
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Mission Blue 14h
"Everybody can do something, even in their backyard, that forms a network of hope! "
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High Seas Alliance 15h
members recently failed to reach consensus on giving the green light to proposals for three new in the Southern Ocean. What is standing in the way of Antarctica’s protection?
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U.S. Travel Nov 16
Our National Parks are not only of great historical importance, but they offer significant economic contributions to the regions in which they are located.
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The Pew Trusts Nov 16
Good news: A deep-sea corals protection plan for the Gulf of Mexico is close to approval—not a moment too soon. Without action, "we are going to end up in a really bad place ... we can’t replicate what nature can do,” says Sandra Brooke of .
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The Pew Trusts Nov 16
Pelagic longline fishing gear kills a huge amount of unintended bycatch, including: • Whales • Porpoise • Sea turtles • Tuna • Marlin • Seabirds
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Dan LeDuc Nov 16
On this day 74 years ago was founded to preserve our cultural heritage. In honor of this day I'd like to share one of 's past podcast episodes on the , one of America's best known World Heritage sites:
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Pew EU 20h
Restoring fish stocks to sustainable levels by following the science will help ensure a healthy marine environment for generations to come.
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Pew Environment 9h
Protect our ocean, protect our atmosphere: Krill alone absorb the equivalent of 35 million cars’ carbon emissions every year.
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Pew Environment 13h
The has until December to end harmful . Members have an opportunity to restore faith in the effectiveness of multilateralism.
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Pew Environment 15h
DYK: Manatees have poor eyesight yet navigate to the same feeding and meeting spots year after year. No one knows how. One possible explanation? Tiny hairs for sensing currents. Pew marine fellow explains. Listen:
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Pew Environment 16h
A new plan would protect 484 square miles of deep-sea corals in the Gulf of Mexico. The move would allow sensitive ecosystems—and the marine life that relies on them—to thrive.
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Pew Environment Nov 16
Up to 1 in 5 fish sold is caught illegally. It’s time to zero out this global threat.
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Pew Environment Nov 16
In Virginia, the Coastal Zone Management Program brings organizations together to conserve the commonwealth’s coastal resources and foster sustainable development.
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Pew Environment Nov 16
“These are your trees, America, and any new roads [that require their clearing] would be built using your tax dollars,” says in this excellent piece on the future of the Tongass.
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Pew Environment Nov 16
100% longline observer coverage is needed to ensure tuna and shark populations are managed properly in the Atlantic. To achieve this goal, electronic monitoring can fill in the gaps when human observers aren’t present.
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