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Marine Conservation Institute’s 7 wins for the ocean in 2015!

From providing half of the oxygen we breathe to regulating our climate, our oceans are essential to humankind’s prosperous existence. Below are 7 ways Marine Conservation Institute helped make the ocean a better place in 2015. Thank you for your support and here’s to healthy oceans!   Global MPA Partner Summit This year Marine Conservation Institute, … Continue reading Marine Conservation Institute’s 7 wins for the ocean in 2015!

Journey to Extinction

The story of overfished, under-protected and exploited sea creatures

When a species goes extinct, it does so quietly. However, that loss rings loudly throughout the ecosystems and food webs, permanently altering the way other creatures live, including humans. In a world where many people are extraordinarily removed from the plight of the other species that co-exist with us, it’s hard to put into the … Continue reading Journey to Extinction

Home for the Holidays

As you or your loved ones prepare to head home for the holidays, the team at Marine Conservation Institute wants to tell you about 5 amazing marine animals that are also traveling this holiday season: Pacific leatherback sea turtles, Atlantic bluefin tuna, southern right whales, wandering albatrosses and whale sharks. In fact, these long-distance voyagers … Continue reading Home for the Holidays

Robotics Inspire the Next Generation of Ocean Explorers

“The joy of discovery is certainly the liveliest that the mind of man can ever feel.”        -Claude Bernard (1813-78) French physiologist A couple of weeks ago Dr. Sandra Brooke, Marine Conservation Institute’s Director of Coral Conservation, and a team of researchers set out on an expedition tasked with exploring deep canyon ecosystems off the US … Continue reading Robotics Inspire the Next Generation of Ocean Explorers