By Teresa Vale, Marine Conservation Institute GLORES Science Intern Nowadays, plastic is one of the main types of marine debris that you hear about. In many places, plastic is the type of debris that you will see as you walk across the beach. As society develops new uses for plastics – particularly in single-use, … Continue reading Ocean Optimism Alert: We Can Break Our Addiction to Plastic!
Washington, D.C. — Marine Conservation Institute, a leader in securing strong protection for the oceans’ most important places, applauds the bipartisan hearing today in the Senate Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Oceans, Atmosphere, Fisheries and Coast Guard headed by Senators Dan Sullivan, (R-AK) and Gary Peters, (D-MI). Witnesses from the U.S. State Department and the National … Continue reading Marine Conservation Institute Applauds Bipartisan Hearing on Marine Debris Problems and Solutions
Just under two years ago I wrote a blog on the 5th Biennial Blue Vision Summit. At the time, I was the Ocean Policy Fellow for Marine Conservation Institute. Two years later I am the Associate Director of Blue Frontier and planning the 6th Blue Vision Summit, a multi-day gathering of U.S. senators, marine professionals, … Continue reading The Blue Vision Summit