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Finally, Europe Takes an Important Step Closer to Protect Bluefin Tuna

In our 8/27/09 post entitled “Bluefin Tuna Update!” we said to stay tuned as Europe was sorting out their position on the state of bluefin tuna. To keep everyone up-to-date, here’s an update to THAT update – The European… Read More
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Hungry, Hungry Fish Farms

“I should eat farmed fish to help save wild fish populations, right?” That’s a question I get a lot.  From friends, family, reporters, high school classmates that I run into on the street.  Much to their chagrin, my… Read More
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A Call to Costa Rica to Protect Pacific Leatherbacks

The following op-ed by Carl Safina appeared in LaNacion, on September 2, 2009.  For the spanish version click here! Editor, La Nacion To the Editor, Many international conservationists are disturbed by news that Costa Rica’s Congress is considering… Read More
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Fish Tales- It’s All About Your Perspective

You say tuh–mey-toh, I say tuh-mah-toh. Or rather, fishermen say there are tons of fish, regulators say there aren’t enough–what gives? A reporter out of New Orleans recently tackled this conundrum related to Red Snapper.  Recreational fishermen off… Read More
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Fishing Lessons with Carl Safina

Our fearless leader, Carl Safina, takes New York Times’ Science writer, Andy Revkin, on an educational fishing trip off of Montauk, NY.  Safina explains that size DOES matter, and that despite bragging rites, you should think twice before keeping… Read More
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