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Blue Note #138August 25, 2015By David Helvarg Float for the Coast Beach Floats The President’s Offshore Oil Mistake Dead Zones on the MoveLobsters on the MoveHeroes for you to NameSalty WritingA Few Clams Will Do   Float for the Coast Upwards of 100 watermen and women on 50 kayaks, stand up boards, a Boston whaler and pontoon […]

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SOLUTIONS

The oceans, and the challenges they face, are so vast that it’s easy to feel powerless to protect them. 50 Ways to Save the Ocean focuses on practical, easily-implemented actions everyone can take to protect and conserve this vital resource: what fish should and should not be eaten; how and where to vacation; storm drains […]

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THE BLUE BEAT

David Helvarg’s account of

Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath

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Sea Party t-shirts are here! Get yours now!Shirt

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WANTED: Online Communications Intern

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“When the people lead the leaders will follow”

:Can activists reverse Obama’s disastrous Arctic drilling decision?

Kayakers gather as activists hang from the St. Johns Bridge in an effort to stop the Royal Dutch Shell PLC icebreaker Fennica from departing in Portland, Ore., Thursday, July 30, 2015. The Fennica left dry dock and made its way down the Willamette River toward the Pacific Ocean soon after authorities forced the demonstrators from the river and the St. Johns Bridge. (AP Photo/Don Ryan)

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Alien Invaders Support Arctic Drilling

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Go to the beach: We protect the things we love, and our oceans are in dire need of help

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Saved by the Sea

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Can We Save Ocean Fish?

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Join the Sea Party today!

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Why A New Writers Group Wants to Save the Seas

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Our Ocean Crisis — Solutions Are the Easy Part

  Ships wait to be loaded at the Port of Los Angeles in Long Beach on February 13, 2015. US West Coast ports have partially closed due to a dispute between staff and bosses along the key trade frontline with Asia. The Pacific Maritime Association, which represents employers, announced the suspension of loading and unloading of ships at 29 West Coast ports. AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

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18-minute highlight reel of the opening Keynote speakers on the state of our ocean, Blue Vision Summit May 12

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Lesson of Santa Barbara oil spill: Leave petroleum in the ground

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National Geographic’s Pristine Seas

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Thanks for helping to restore the blue in our red, white and blue!

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Blue Vision Summit 5, May 11-14

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The Sea Party Rebellion

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BP Memories that don’t fade

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