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Study Shows Newport How to Go Green

The Newport Energy & Environment Commission met in late October to unveil findings its study on sustainable events had revealed. The commission is hoping this study helps move the city one step closer to becoming the first Rhode Island community to establish … Continue reading

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OceansWatch

In close cooperation with the world’s sailors, divers and academics, OceansWatch undertakes marine conservation projects and offers humanitarian aid to coastal communities in developing countries. OceansWatch offers resources in the form of oceangoing research vessels and expertise, such as marine biologists, … Continue reading

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Marine Park “Size of the Moon” Takes Shape in Pacific

An ambitious plan to link marine parks across a vast swathe of the Pacific Ocean — whose surface area would equal that of the Moon — is slowly coming together piece by piece, say conservationists. Former international rugby league player … Continue reading

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A Voice for Healthy Oceans

SeaWeb is the only international nonprofit organization exclusively dedicated to using the science of communications to fundamentally shift the way people interact with the ocean. The organization shines a spotlight on workable, science-based solutions to the most serious threats facing … Continue reading

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Sailors for the Sea: A Voice for Ocean Conservation

Marine life and vital coastal habitats are straining under the increasing pressure of global use. The ocean, which was once considered inexhaustible and resilient, is, in fact, finite and fragile. Sailors for the Sea educates and engages the boating community in the … Continue reading

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