In this month’s issue, David Helvarg describes the need for a ‘March for the Ocean’ and how working together we can turn the tide in marine conservation. Go big or go home!
In this month’s issue, David Helvarg provides an ocean policy update and talks about BFC’s projects including the March for the Ocean (M4O). Dive in.
Blue Notes 162 . October 10, 2017 In This Issue: Disasters Are Us Blue Frontier Uncovers Sleazy Politics Remembering the Benchley Awards March for the Ocean June 9, 2018 . Disasters Are Us The Ocean is in trouble is a familiar refrain. A year ago we seemed to be making some progress, but most of […]
Blue Notes 161 . In This Issue: Harvey and the Heat & Then Irma A Dreamer Dies Saving Storm Victims Why We March for the Ocean on June 8 Three Summit Memories Blue Frontier, the Book Harvey and The Heat & Then Irma Having covered Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and the last hurricane to hit […]
Blue Notes #160 August 15, 2017 In This Issue: What a Difference a Year Makes You still have until MIDNIGHT TONIGHT – Tue. Aug. 15 – to GET YOUR COMMENTS IN Too Late for Half the Ocean? Trump’s Ocean Budget Part Three: Now that Shark Week’s Over March for the Ocean – June 8, 2018! […]