Ocean Action at the Climate Summit The Ocean is finally part of the Climate agenda. The Global Climate Action Summit held in San Francisco September 12-14 was unique not only in the commitments made by cities, states, corporations and others to a rapid transition to carbon neutrality but in its recognition that we can’t get […]
Chicago ‘68 to Now 50 years ago this month I was a 17-year-old high school activist protesting the Vietnam War on the streets of Chicago during the 1968 Democratic Convention and police riot. We were attacked because we opposed a war that saw over 3 million Vietnamese and more than 58,000 American troops killed […]
Field Notes from a Blue March “When I first saw the event pop through my Facebook I was just so eager and excited. I automatically started making phone calls to Brevard County, to Florida Fish & Wildlife and turtle preservation because that’s what this community is based on, the ocean,” Savana Degatina told Florida […]
In this month’s issue, David Helvarg describes the new #WearBlue media campaign and provides a critical update on the upcoming March for the Ocean.
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!