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“Finding qualified leaders of color to fill these positions should not be difficult."
A new report reveals that nearly one in 5 seafood products worldwide are mislabeled.
June 8 is World Ocean Day. Sir Richard Branson and Adrian Grenier want YOU to #MakeASplash
Oceana wants us to know exactly how fish gets from the sea to our plates.
Reimagining how we use and protect our resources can have a direct impact on today's biggest challenges including: climate change, food security, poverty reduction and quality of life for all.
Seafood fraud cheats consumer wallets -- leading consumers to believe they are buying a product that they're actually not -- and penalizes those who think they're making smart seafood choices.
Today on Elbi, people both sides of the Atlantic are swapping plastic bags for heartwarming photos of the future of our planet. Whether it's the might and beauty of Mother Nature or the next generation smiling, they're fighting plastic with positivity.
Being conscious of the labors and difficulties that got that fish to your plate adds a new taste to the end of summer--one that right now is bitter and rotten, but that has the promise of a deeper, richer deliciousness--if we could only dive in and fix a system that is broken, for all of us.
Have we already heard enough about plastic pollution? No, on the contrary I believe we have become inured to the problem. Stop. Think. Do I need this straw, this bag, this little red stir stick, this little plastic green grass with my sushi, or that bottle of water?
But the letter lists precautions the company must take to avoid contact with the walruses, which includes a directive to
CASCAIS, Portugal -- Google offered an early look at its new Global Fishing Watch project, which allows users to track commercial
In an email, Shell spokesman Curtis Smith called the approval of the company's exploration plan an "important milestone" that
A spokeswoman for the fisheries service said the agency could not comment on pending litigation. (Editing by Jonathan Kaminsky