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GLORES Partner Spotlight: Brian Skerry, Photographer

Momentum for the Global Ocean Refuge System (GLORES) has been building steadily, with new partners joining every week. This is the first in a series of blogs highlighting the esteemed partners who are helping to make GLORES a reality. Today we are featuring renowned photographer and photojournalist Brian Skerry, whose gorgeous work is adding beauty … Continue reading GLORES Partner Spotlight: Brian Skerry, Photographer

Today, Marine Conservation Institute, along with many environmental organizations, released their federal budget recommendations for fiscal year 2013. Working with many partners, Marine Conservation developed the recommendations for funding the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. As the US government attempts to restore fiscal responsibility, Marine Conservation Institute and many other marine conservation organizations argue that … Continue reading

Oceans Caught in the Undertow of the Wave of Debt

Last week the House Committee on Appropriations met to mark-up and vote on Fiscal Year 2012 appropriations for the Department of the Interior and the Department of Commerce. By the end of the week, major cuts had to be made, and these cuts greatly impact our oceans. We need to speak up and ask for … Continue reading Oceans Caught in the Undertow of the Wave of Debt

Way to go, Congressman Farr!

The following article can also be found on the website of Congressman Sam Farr (Democrat – 17th district of California). His efforts yesterday have made a huge difference, and we here at Marine Conservation Institute are very appreciative! We hope everyone will voice support for Congressman Farr’s amendment to the House Commerce, Justice, & Science … Continue reading Way to go, Congressman Farr!