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Costco is Taking Action to Redefine the Seafood Retail Industry

Thoughts on the 2020 Vision

Our oceans are in crisis. From overfishing to pollution, our actions have jeopardized the vital benefits we receive from the oceans. Scientists agree we are on a trajectory toward collapse in many of the world’s fisheries if we do not act now. How can we restore balance in the seas? Shaping up the seafood retail … Continue reading Costco is Taking Action to Redefine the Seafood Retail Industry

Peering into the Depths of the Bering Sea Canyons, it’s Clear that Protection is Needed

This Op-Ed, partially written by Marine Conservation Institute President Lance Morgan, first appeared in The Seattle Times on January 31, 2015.

Our oceans are in crisis even as we soak up their splendor on vacation, recreate in their waters and eat their fish. We must change course; we must act now, write guest columnists By Sylvia Earle, Lance Morgan and Annie Leonard OUR oceans are vital to our very existence. By producing oxygen, feeding millions and … Continue reading Peering into the Depths of the Bering Sea Canyons, it’s Clear that Protection is Needed

A Brief Consideration of the Kulluk Stranding: Biodiversity of Sitkadilak Island

 Sitkadilak Island’s seabirds and marine mammals Right now, as I sit here writing this blog the drilling rig Kulluk is sitting in its temporary anchorage in Kiliuda Bay which is located just north of the grounding location (Figure 1a & b) on the eastern side of Kodiak Island.  News sources have reported there is no … Continue reading A Brief Consideration of the Kulluk Stranding: Biodiversity of Sitkadilak Island