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A Luxury Resort Threatens Belize's Mesoamerican Reef

Ted Danson | Posted 11.21.2014 | Green
Ted Danson

Opposition to Puerto Azul is widespread among Belizeans. While they support tourism -- the backbone of the country's economy -- they do not support building a resort that will irreversibly destroy the Mesoamerican reef, the very place that tourists come to experience.

What Rhea Perlman Wants To See In Any 'Cheers' Reunion Show

HuffPost Live | Ryan Buxton | Posted 11.11.2014 | Fifty

Whether it was Kirstie Alley's Rebecca replacing Shelley Long's Diane or Woody Harrelson's Woody taking over for the late Nicholas Colasanto's Coach, ...

How One South American Oil Spill Is Devastating Local Fisheries And Wildlife

Ted Danson | Posted 10.28.2014 | Green
Ted Danson

This oil spill is not an isolated case -- it's just one example of persistent and pervasive environmental misconduct that endangers the environment and the people that depend upon it.

ReThink Review: The One I Love -- A Strained Relationship Gets Strange

Jonathan Kim | Posted 10.22.2014 | Entertainment
Jonathan Kim

The One I Love is one of those perfect indie gems you feel lucky for finding, and it's yet another example of how an interesting premise, real emotion, and a few great actors will trump big budgets, special effects, and star power every time.

Protect Santa Barbara's Coastline From New Oil Drilling

Ted Danson | Posted 10.21.2014 | Green
Ted Danson

In recent years, oil and gas developers have been agitating for the first new lease for off-shore drilling in California waters since before the Santa Barbara oil spill. And where the project would be located? You guessed it: just miles from the site of the 1969 disaster in Santa Barbara County.

Wasted Cash in the US Fishing Industry

Ted Danson | Posted 09.10.2014 | Green
Ted Danson

What if you heard that other fishermen were unintentionally catching large numbers of vulnerable marine animals like dolphins, whales, and sea turtles -- damaging gear and hurting their own bottom lines? Waste on this scale occurs every day in many U.S. fisheries, hurting both fishermen and marine life.

California Fails To List Imperiled White Sharks

Ted Danson | Posted 08.23.2014 | Green
Ted Danson

Great white sharks are magnificent apex predators and a vital component of California's ocean ecosystem. Not only is the population dangerously low, but the remaining sharks are at great risk of being caught and killed as bycatch in gillnet fisheries.

Baby Mary From '3 Men And A Baby' Is All Grown Up

The Huffington Post | Stephanie Marcus | Posted 06.16.2014 | Entertainment

Twenty-seven years after "3 Men and a Baby" hit theaters, the identical twin actresses who played Baby Mary are all grown up. Funny how time works lik...

Bloomberg to Help Save the Oceans and Feed the World

Ted Danson | Posted 04.01.2014 | Green
Ted Danson

It's not often that someone can make a philanthropic investment that simultaneously fights climate change, biodiversity loss, and world hunger. But Michael Bloomberg is doing just that.

Live From the Sundance Film Festival: Wednesday, Jan. 22

Marshall Fine | Posted 03.25.2014 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

My last day at the Sundance Film Festival ended with a big bang: The Raid 2, Gareth Evans' sequel to his eye-popping 2011 action film The Raid. And it was a good day prior to that, with a pair of mysterious films -- one a sci-fi thriller, one a marital comedy -- and most of an eye-opening documentary.

The Government Shutdown and the Oceans

Ted Danson | Posted 12.18.2013 | Green
Ted Danson

While some fishermen were stuck on shore waiting for government permits, like the Alaskan King Crab fishermen of the popular Deadliest Catch TV series, the majority of the fishing industry kept fishing, removing 30 million pounds of seafood from the ocean on average each day.

World Food Day - Save the Oceans, Feed the World

Ted Danson | Posted 12.16.2013 | Green
Ted Danson

Just 25 countries control 76 percent of the world's coastal oceans, and a mere 10 countries control 51 percent. We don't need an international treaty to resuscitate our oceans -- we just need to convince these key governments to better manage their fisheries.

Farmed Salmon Are Not a Sustainable Alternative

Ted Danson | Posted 11.26.2013 | Green
Ted Danson

Yesterday the Washington Post published a dangerously misleading article about farmed salmon. Lauding improvements in the salmon farming industry, they assert that farmed salmon is a viable alternative to wild-caught fish. We'd like to set the record straight: farmed salmon is a terrible choice for our oceans.

Offshore Oil Drilling Stopped in Belize's Barrier Reef, in Major Victory

Ted Danson | Posted 06.23.2013 | Green
Ted Danson

Given the high frequency of oil spills in offshore drilling operations, the decision to green-light drilling operations in the Belizean Barrier Reef led to a fierce national debate. It appeared the government was likely to prevail. But things have now changed in Belize.

Ted Danson's Daughter To Guest Star On 'CSI'

Posted 03.25.2013 | TV

Ted Danson's daughter will be joining her dad on "CSI." According to the Hollywood Gossip, CBS announced last week that the veteran actor's daughte...

More! More! More!

Posted 05.20.2013 | TV

"CSI" has been renewed! Ted Danson, Elisabeth Shue and original cast members George Eads, Jorja Fox, Eric Szmanda, Paul Guilfoyle and Robert David...

Obama for the Oceans: What the President Can Do in His Second Term for People Who Depend on the Oceans

Ted Danson | Posted 04.16.2013 | Green
Ted Danson

Despite the political gridlock that still binds Congress, the Obama administration can make substantial improvements to the health of the ocean on its own -- improvements that spur our economy, and restore and protect abundant oceans.

World's Fifth Largest Fishing Power Makes Historic Move to Protect Fisheries

Andrew Sharpless | Posted 04.13.2013 | Green
Andrew Sharpless

If the EU can harness the power and skill of its fishing fleet while enforcing legislation that maximizes their potential to be productive and sustainable, then their fisheries will soon be healthy and capable of supporting a robust economy. It is possible to have both.

The 'Bored To Death' Movie Is Officially Happening

The Huffington Post | Posted 01.22.2013 | TV

The long-rumored "Bored to Death" movie is officially in development, The Huffington Post has confirmed. The feature-length project is being produc...

Another Stumble in the Quest for Arctic Oil

Ted Danson | Posted 03.15.2013 | Green
Ted Danson

The Department of the Interior must reassess its decisions that allowed Shell to proceed with its plans to drill in such a harsh but ecologically-sensitive area of the world.

The 11 Nicest Post 50 A-List Actors In Hollywood

Pat Gallagher | Posted 03.02.2013 | Fifty
Pat Gallagher

I am nobody. I promise. But I talk to lots of somebodies in my job as a celebrity freelance journalist. A-List Hollywood celebs can sometimes get cranky and be self-absorbed, but there are those A-listers who need to be called out for being just plain wonderful. Here are 11 of them.

'CSI' Crossover Alert!

Posted 11.20.2012 | TV

"CSI" and "CSI: NY" will crossover in a two-part episode. A kidnapping case will bring the two "CSI" shows together in a February 2013 episode. It ...

Big Victory for Little Fish (and the Future of the Oceans)

Andrew Sharpless | Posted 01.14.2013 | Green
Andrew Sharpless

If you love the oceans you will love this news: State regulators in California just adopted a groundbreaking new policy that sets a new direction for forage fish.

World Food Day - Let's Talk About the Oceans

Andrew Sharpless | Posted 12.16.2012 | Green
Andrew Sharpless

With nine billion people projected to live on earth by 2050, we need everything on the table, including a healthy ocean full of fish.

Ted Danson Honored For Ocean Advocacy

Posted 10.10.2012 | Green

From Mother Nature Network's Michael d'Estries: When you help steer the world's largest advocacy group for ocean conservation, you're likely to get...