Monthly Archives: April 2012

High Tide comes to Times Square on May 4th

Friday, May 4, 2012 5pm to 11pm EST Times Square at 43rd Street, New York CityJoin Dr. Sylvia Earle, the Ocean Elders and friends in… Read more
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CI and Sylvia Earle Spotlight Colombia’s Conservation Efforts

Molly Bergen shares her experience as Dr. Earle and Conservation International’s Rod Mast speak  to the Women’s Conservation Forum in Washington, D.C.  The WCF sponsors… Read more
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Science Friday Explores The Deep!

For those of you who missed it, here is a link to last week’s terrific episode of Science Friday with Ira Flatow featuring Dr. Earle,… Read more
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Bringing Bioluminescence into the Light

Bioluminescence, or cold chemical light made by living creatures, answers a simple question: how can an animal survive in the dark? Making its own light… Read more
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Cities Compete to Conserve Water

Since April 1, they Wyland Foundation—a non-profit group that helps children discover the importance of healthy oceans through art and science programs—has encouraged civic leaders… Read more
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To the Arctic

To the Arctic is the first 3D IMAX documentary ever produced about the Arctic and is coming to theaters April 20.  The MacGillivray Freeman Films… Read more
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Scientist Asha de Vos Celebrates Sri Lanka’s Blue Whales

Mission Blue spoke with marine biologist and TED Fellow Asha de Vos to get her perspective on blue whale research and conservation in her native… Read more
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Bahamas Expedition Sold Out!

David B. Fleetham Due to your very positive responses, our expedition to the Bahamas (May 21 – 28) has sold out.  If you were not… Read more
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Community Action Helps California Salmon

While strolling near a stream in the winter of 1999, Todd Steiner came across a worrying site. Trapped in the shallow water, adult coho salmon… Read more
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Ellen Degeneres on “The Dangers of Fishing Nets”

On Friday’s show, comedian Ellen Degeneres tackled the not-so-funny situation that industrialized fishing has created in the ocean. Speaking with Captain Dave Anderson, who recently… Read more
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