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  • Activism
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Ocean Champion to Head NOAA

President-Elect Obama has put forward Jane Lubchenco to head NOAA. This is awesome news for marine conservationists: a marine biologist herself, Lubchenco has frequently spoken …

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McKenzy Haber Eco Drives at IUCN World Conservation Congress

He may be only 12 years old, but McKenzy Haber held first place atthe Toyota Eco Drive exhibit in Barcelona. Here he explains and testdrives …

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Support for A Sea Change from Rob Moir, Ocean River Institute

"A Sea Change [the documentary] could not be more timely. I believe acidification of our oceans is actually a greater threat to our survival than …

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“Brave New Ocean”

If this lecture doesn’t scare you straight, nothing will. Dr. Jeremy Jackson discusses human-created ocean impacts: habitat destruction, overfishing, introduced species, warming, acidification, toxins, and …

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Oceans & climate change

James Baker discusses the impact of global warming on coral reefs, ocean acidification, chemistry of the atmosphere and ocean, and growing public awareness of the …

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Support for A Sea Change from the sustainable fisheries world

"A Sea Change offers a searching, emotionally powerful look at ocean acidification. This problem is sometimes called the "evil twin" of climate change, and many …

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A sea riddle

What did the beach say when the tide came in? (2 possible answers!) 1. "Hi (high) Tide!" 2. "Long time no Sea!" Today's riddle is …

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Factory farms & greenhouse gas

Just heard this factoid on "The Leonard Lopate Show." The guest was Mark Bittman, talking about the environmental impact of the meat we Americans eat. …

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Plan B for climate urged by scientists

It’s time to implement Plan B, to use technology to address excess carbon in the atmosphere. That’s the feeling of a growing number of climate …

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Support from Greenpeace campaigner for A Sea Change

"[A Sea Change] follows ex-history teacher, activist and grandfather Sven Huseby as he travels to visit various scientists to learn more about the impacts of …

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A taste of the World Premiere of A Sea Change at DC Environmental Film Festival

What an amazing night for A Sea Change! We couldn’t have askedfor a more appropriate venue, one floor beneath the Smithsonian’s newlyunveiled Sant Ocean Hall, …

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Fertilizing ocean to combat climate change

In apparent defiance of international law (and possibly commonsense), scientists are planning to start an experiment with iron fertilization. The Independent is reporting that the …

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The other CO2 problem

Have we mentioned that claymation is one of our absolute favorite things? You can imagine how thrilled we were to hear about a new film …

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Monaco meeting generates ocean acidification statement from scientists

Remember the Monaco ocean and climate change symposium we reported on briefly in October 2008? So nicely summarized by EnvironmentalExpert.com? The participating scientists have crafted …

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US Now Largest Wind Power Producer in the World

The United States has overtaken Germany to become the largest producer of wind energy in the world, generating enough capacity to eliminate the burning of …

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Fish & climate change

It turns out that fish play an important role in mitigating climate change. But it wasn’t known til now. A study published in the Jan. …

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Concrete as a cure for climate change?

A Scientific American article is reporting on what sounds like a revolutionary technique for partially solving the greenhouse gas problem: using it to produce cement. …

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Using A Sea Change to raise awareness about ocean acidification, COP-15, World Ocean Day, or your kitchen sink

We're definitely wanting to make this site more useful to visitors. In the not-too distant future we'll be adding more functionality. Like an interactive map …

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LEGISLATIVE ACTION ALERT

A friend brought this legislation, HR 146, the Omnibus Public Lands Management Act, to our attention today. It’s something all US citizens can take immediate …

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Pray for the pteropods

“The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.” ~ Einstein Fluid, gorgeous …

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Bush confirms blue legacy with creation of marine protected area

In his last days in office, President Bush has created the world’s largest marine protection area in the Pacific Ocean. The legislation he signed bans …

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Shell weights reduced by ocean acidity

Reuters reported today (March 9) that a new study at the University of Tasmania in Australia shows that ocean acidification is reducing the shell weights …

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Take Action Today to Address Ocean Acidification

Our elected representatives will only vote for change if we, theirconstituents, make it clear that strong action is needed now. Urge them to vote infavor …

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Washington Post reviews A Sea Change

Ann Hornaday reviews A Sea Change in today's issue of The Washington Post (March 12). An excerpt: "The story of a retired educator who becomes …

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