Tag Archives: marine debris

The Latest News!

Here’s this week’s roundup of interesting news stories that relate to our work at Marine Conservation Institute. As always, let us know what you think! Researchers rescue seals caught in marine debris Houston Chronicle: Researchers rescued nine Hawaiian monk seals caught in fish nets and other marine debris this summer during an annual trip to
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Members of Congress Discuss Marine Debris!

We know how frustrating it can be watching Congress fail to get anything done. But some things are moving! Stuff is happening on Capitol Hill! Yesterday, the House Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation, held a hearing regarding operations and efficiencies for the US Coast Guard (USCG). While this may not seem applicable to
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Marine Conservation News

Below you will find some of the newsclips of the week about marine conservation issues of particular interest to Marine Conservation Institute. What is your opinion on some of these topics? National Fish and Wildlife Foundation announces new grants for sustainable fisheries prnewswire.com The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) today announced the first round
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Do Your Part in Reducing Marine Debris

photo: NOAA Marine debris has become one of the most widespread pollution problems affecting the world’s oceans and waterways. A recent study by the Algalita Marine Research Foundation found human debris in all five major ocean gyres (including the well-known Pacific Garbage Patch) http://www.5gyres.org/. Research has proven that debris has serious effects on the marine
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