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Go Strawless

Katherine Meadowcroft | Posted 09.02.2015 | Green
Katherine Meadowcroft

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?

For the Ocean's Sake, Tame the High Seas 'Wild West'

Sigourney Weaver | Posted 08.23.2014 | Green
Sigourney Weaver

Over the years, I have witnessed the steady decline of the dolphins that used to chase our boat, the fish that I could land, and the plentiful shellfish I took for granted. The oceans of my childhood have been overfished, polluted, and strewn with plastic waste.

Ocean Oases: Protecting Canyons & Seamounts of the Atlantic Coast

Philippe Cousteau | Posted 08.08.2011 | Green
Philippe Cousteau

As our technology evolves, we will have the capacity to reach new, ever-increasing depths. The question is: What kind of technology do we want to deploy in the far reaches of the ocean? Tools of science, ecology and documentation, or the destructive tools of heavy industry?

36 Most Ridiculous Things Found On New Jersey Beaches

The Huffington Post | Dean Praetorius | Posted 06.19.2011 | New York

It's official, New Jersey beaches are filthy. An environmental group called Clean Ocean Action has released its annual report detailing trash remov...