September 27, 2013
by Ali Chase
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Mid-Atlantic Regional Ocean Planning Gets Underway

Ali Chase, Policy Analyst, New York
“We do these things not because they are easy, but because they are hard.”
This statement, uttered in the tribal blessing that kicked off the first official Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning … Continue reading

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July 18, 2013
by Sarah Chasis
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The National Ocean Policy Turns Three

Sarah Chasis, Senior Attorney and Director, Ocean Initiative, New York
With this week of unrelenting heat, many of us are daydreaming about cool ocean breezes and hoping to get away to the beach for the weekend. From the shoreline, we r… Continue reading

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January 22, 2013
by Dana Gunders
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UNEP and FAO Launch Think.Eat.Save., Global Campaign Against Food Waste

Dana Gunders, Project Scientist, Food and Agriculture, San Francisco
Bon Appetit!  Buen Provecho!  Mahlzeit! And congratulations to the Think.Eat.Save, a global campaign launching TODAY to change the culture of food waste… Continue reading

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October 26, 2011
by Sarah Chasis
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Comprehensive Ocean Planning is Beneficial

Sarah Chasis, Senior Attorney and Director, Ocean Initiative, New York
Should we protect and restore our oceans so that we can swim, fish, enjoy and use our oceans and coasts now and for generations to come? Or should we let our beaches… Continue reading

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November 18, 2010
by Editor, ENN
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Eco360 Trust, and The T Shirt as a Green Gift that Keeps on Giving

Goodbye cheap cotton T shirt. Hello ethical clothing! Cotton T shirts made in sweatshops that use up scarce fresh water are not wearing well for many companies anymore. Brands with sustainable business practices are increasingly looking to make their p… Continue reading

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