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 […]
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.
Rage Against the Dying of the Reefs by David Helvarg May 23, 2017 View the original online at The Progressive . I first saw coral reefs and the abundance of life they generate as a teenager on a trip to Key West in 1967. Tropical reefs cover less than 1 percent of the ocean, but […]
Blue Notes # 148 By David Helvarg Tuesday July 19, 2016 In This Issue: Is This Election Good for the Fish What is a Shark Worth? Saving Point Molate Again Margo Will Go Your Blue Stories . Is This Election Good for the Fish? The party conventions are now underway starting with the Republicans in […]
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 […]