. . . . then . . .
believes that a very important key to the future of our oceans is
helping to identify and support "Ocean Champions" . . .
those who will carry the banner into the halls of power to forge
ocean protections that matter.
kind of world is it that permits a family-owned business to drive
a legacy fish species out of existence, particularly when it has
been turned into fertilizer, pig feed and lipstick oils and is not
a source of food? It's the story of the Menhaden.
on Science and the Oceans
was once the champion of reason and truth. But the
"facts" now are spun into talking points and subject to
the oceans face such daunting challenges, can science writing
continue to inform the public of the urgent need for change?