Washington Post Live Shines a Light on the Ocean


Yesterday, The Washington Post Live held an incredible program about the Ocean in Crisis.  You can watch it in its entirety here.  The program included a great discussion with actresses Jane Fonda about her Fire Drill Fridays protests and Diane Lane about her work with FOP Oceana on shark conservation.  In addition, Explorer-in-Residence and FOP Enric Sala discusses his work saving the last wild places in the ocean.

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Fisheries In Crisis Bringing Hardship to Coastal Towns In the Developing World

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The Washington Post’s excellent series entitled “2 Degrees: Beyond the Limit” by Max Bearak and Chris Mooney with amazing photos by Carolyn Van Houten has highlighted the many ways that the climate crisis is already causing great hardship around the globe.  The most recent installment tells the story of Tombwa, Angola — a small fishing village of […]

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Loudspeakers Helping Restore Coral Reefs

Loudspeakers Helping Restore Coral Reefs

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One Ocean Thing: There Is Only One Ocean!

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