Was this election good for the fish? Mostly the answer is yes, also for democracy and government checks and balances. Still, it’s hard to argue that the ocean and climate played a significant role in most campaigns, even if these are issues of survival impacting our food security, jobs, health, where we live and the […]
Blue Notes #147 – June 28th 2016 By David Helvarg Climate Shock and the Wonders of Palau Protecting the Atlantic’s Deep Sea Treasures Margo Goes Down the Mississippi Saving the Golden Shore A Post Election Blue Vision Even a Few Clams What is Your News? Climate Shock & the Wonders of Palau At the beginning […]
In this month’s edition of Blue Notes we’ll discuss Sam Farr’s recent announcement that he will not seek re-election, the growth of the Sea Party, the dire need to stop offshore drilling off the coast of the Atlantic, coral bleaching, and Louie Psihoyos’ extraordinary new film ‘Racing Extinction.
In this month’s edition of Blue Notes we’ll discuss Royal Duth Shell’s withdrawal from the Chukchi Sea, the November 4th Sea Party Press Conference, the launch of Blue Frontier’s new website, Louie Psihoyos’ extraordinary new film ‘Racing Extinction,’ coral bleaching, the convening of the second ‘Our Ocean’ conference in Valparaiso Chili, our field organizer / explorer Margo getting honored by the New York / New Jersey Baykeeper, and the surprising yet exciting great white attack on an unsuspecting sea lion caught on camera in the San Francisco Bay.
In this month’s edition of Blue Notes we’ll discuss Margo Pellegrino’s first leg of her epic paddle from New York to New Orleans. I’ll visit the California and Mexico border to observe and hear about some of the environmental challenges that face our ocean borders. Lastly, Pope Francis and his noble work to combat climate change.