The Safina Center

Save the Date!:

NYC Benefit - Nov. 12th

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We’re happy to announce the date for our

Annual Benefit in NYC

Save the Date: November 12, 2014

6:00 to 10:00 pm
at
The Explorers Club
46 E. 70th Street, NYC
(Between Park and Madison Avenues, on the Upper East Side, Manhattan)

Brief talks by Carl Safina
and Safina Center Fellows

Dinner “by the bite” Reception

INVITATIONS TO BE SENT SOON!

Shark Ashore!:

What's Next?

Mark Bond and Demian Chapman with juvenile great white shark.

Check out our latest blog that tells what happened after a young white shark washed ashore on a Long Island beach this summer.

Turns out there is a lot we don’t know about great white sharks. Safina Center Fellow Dr. Demian Chapman, National Marine Fisheries Scientists and Stony Brook University students had the rare opportunity to learn first hand about this threatened shark species.

Full blog here.
More about Dr. Chapman.
More about Safina Center Fellows here.

Will We Save:

Gulf of Maine Cod?

Atlantic Cod

A few weeks ago, the situation for New England’s iconic Atlantic cod went from bad to dismal.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that the new assessment for Gulf of Maine cod shows that the already depleted population has declined to a mere 3-4% of a sustainable abundance level. This is down from previous cod abundance estimates in 2011 of 12-18% of a sustainable level. Scientists say that surveys of cod show abundance is at an all-time low. And scientists found very few young cod–another bad sign.

More here.
Saving the Ocean on PBS – Cod episode