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Marine Conservation Institute Takes a Stand to Support the Atlantic Goliath Grouper

Marine Conservation Institute strongly supports no-take rules for the Atlantic goliath grouper. The Atlantic goliath grouper is a large saltwater fish, the largest of the Atlantic groupers, which can reach up to 8 feet long and can weigh between 500-800 lbs. when fully grown. They typically remain solitary and live in deeper water[i] but, when … Continue reading Marine Conservation Institute Takes a Stand to Support the Atlantic Goliath Grouper

Scuba Diving Our Way to a Blue Planet

This blog was originally published by SCUBAverse. From underwater mountains larger than any on land, to tropical reefs home to thousands of species, the ocean holds unparalleled beauty. Marine protected areas (MPAs) safeguard life in the sea by managing human visitation and consumption. While some types of MPAs have strict protections and are no-go areas, … Continue reading Scuba Diving Our Way to a Blue Planet

Holland America Line Continues to Support Marine Protected Areas Through Partnership with Marine Conservation Institute

The second year of shipboard and shoreside programming adds new MPAs

           Seattle, Wash., Jan 5, 2016 – As part of its “Our Marvelous Oceans” partnership with Marine Conservation Institute, Holland America Line is moving into the second year of featuring programming that highlights and educates guests and crew about marine protected areas around the world. Developed with the team at Marine … Continue reading Holland America Line Continues to Support Marine Protected Areas Through Partnership with Marine Conservation Institute