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Industrialization of the oceans: Is it time to dive into the “blue economy”?

When I was a kid, I spent most of my summer days exploring my local Long Island beach. I’d watch birds, build sand castles and—ever the entrepreneur—would dig up quahog clams to sell, for a quarter each, to… Read More
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Never received higher praise

By Hob Osterlund, Safina Center Fellow The text below is an excerpt from the opening paragraphs of my book Holy Moli: Albatross and Other Ancestors (Oregon State University Press, 2016.) I include it here to encourage further conversation… Read More
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How street art can help keep waterways clean and clear of trash

I’m strolling down Main Street in Northport, a nautical, perhaps quintessential, Long Island village that comes complete with bay views and the scent of sea spray in the air. A friend across the street calls my name just… Read More
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