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12 Days of Fishmas, Day 8!

Celebrating the epic marine protection progress of 2015

Marine Conservation Institute has a lot to celebrate this holiday season as 2015 comes to a close. This year saw more area of the planet protected than any other time in history.  In 2015,  implemented marine protection increased by nearly 300,000 square kilometers and proposed marine protection increased by about 2.4 million square kilometers. In … Continue reading 12 Days of Fishmas, Day 8!

12 Days of Fishmas, Day 7!

Celebrating the epic marine protection progress of 2015

Marine Conservation Institute has a lot to celebrate this holiday season as 2015 comes to a close. This year saw more area of the planet protected than any other time in history.  In 2015,  implemented marine protection increased by nearly 300,000 square kilometers and proposed marine protection increased by about 2.4 million square kilometers. In … Continue reading 12 Days of Fishmas, Day 7!

12 Days of Fishmas, Day 6!

Celebrating the epic marine protection progress of 2015

Marine Conservation Institute has a lot to celebrate this holiday season as 2015 comes to a close. This year saw more area of the planet protected than any other time in history.  In 2015,  implemented marine protection increased by nearly 300,000 square kilometers and proposed marine protection increased by about 2.4 million square kilometers. In … Continue reading 12 Days of Fishmas, Day 6!

An Ocean Hero

Dr. Elliott Norse

Dr. Elliott Norse is retiring after an unparalleled career in marine conservation. As a result of his pioneering efforts to establish the field of marine conservation biology, we now have a vibrant and growing community of marine conservation biologists and advocates.  His work directly led to the recent explosion in marine protected area coverage around … Continue reading An Ocean Hero

12 Days of Fishmas, Day 5!

Celebrating the epic marine protection progress of 2015

Marine Conservation Institute has a lot to celebrate this holiday season as 2015 comes to a close. This year saw more area of the planet protected than any other time in history.  In 2015,  implemented marine protection increased by nearly 300,000 square kilometers and proposed marine protection increased by about 2.4 million square kilometers. In … Continue reading 12 Days of Fishmas, Day 5!

12 Days of Fishmas, Day 4!

Celebrating the epic marine protection progress of 2015

Marine Conservation Institute has a lot to celebrate this holiday season as 2015 comes to a close. This year saw more area of the planet protected than any other time in history.  In 2015,  implemented marine protection increased by nearly 300,000 square kilometers and proposed marine protection increased by about 2.4 million square kilometers. In … Continue reading 12 Days of Fishmas, Day 4!

12 days of Fishmas, Day 3!

Celebrating the epic marine protection progress of 2015

Marine Conservation Institute has a lot to celebrate this holiday season as 2015 comes to a close. This year saw more area of the planet protected than any other time in history.  In 2015,  implemented marine protection increased by nearly 300,000 square kilometers and proposed marine protection increased by about 2.4 million square kilometers. In … Continue reading 12 days of Fishmas, Day 3!

12 days of Fishmas, Day 2!

Celebrating the epic marine protection progress of 2015

Marine Conservation Institute has a lot to celebrate this holiday season as 2015 comes to a close. This year saw more area of the planet protected than any other time in history.  In 2015,  implemented marine protection increased by nearly 300,000 square kilometers and proposed marine protection increased by about 2.4 million square kilometers. In … Continue reading 12 days of Fishmas, Day 2!

I’m Retiring

Retiring is a very personal decision.  I come from the first Space Age generation, from a time when rocket launches were big stories on evening network news.  One idea engineers wanted us to learn is that lifting a satellite into Earth orbit happens in more than 1 stage.  The 1st stage boosts the rest off … Continue reading I’m Retiring

Marine Conservation Institute Founder Who Shaped Marine Conservation Retires

Seattle, WA—December 17, 2015—Today Marine Conservation Institute Founder and Chief Scientist Dr. Elliott A Norse announces his retirement after 37+ years of shaping the science and policy of conservation. “Happily,” said Marine Conservation Institute President Dr. Lance Morgan, “he will continue to guide the institute as a member of our Board of Directors.  We believe … Continue reading Marine Conservation Institute Founder Who Shaped Marine Conservation Retires