This past week we took a look at New Zealand Olympic medalists working their way to more medals and to a cleaner oceans, the mystery of shark gestation, a 1,200 mile surf trip for charity, how its already a record high year for manatee deaths in Florida, Wisconsin's new shipwreck based national sanctuary, more data on how human caused climate change is real and how we can watch it wreck havoc, West Indian Marine Science Association released a report on Marine Protected Areas, and Panama was named a Blue Leader in conservation efforts.
Panama Named “Blue Leader” For Its Conservation Efforts
The Seven Seas Bulletin is a wrap up off all of @portsundries posts from the past week.
Goals of Port Sundries
Educate the public about marine conservation and how marine conservation is important to all other ecosystems on Earth and all of humanity.
Provide basic sailing resources and teach how the hobby and lifestyle can adapt to assist marine conservation.
Share ecofriendly and sustainable methods of coastal and island travel and tourism.
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Dolphin Project is a non-profit charitable organization, dedicated to the welfare and protection of dolphins worldwide. Founded by Richard (Ric) O’Barry on Earth Day, April 22, 1970, the organization aims to educate the public about captivity and, where feasible, retire and/or release captive dolphins.
The mission of Dolphin Project is to end dolphin exploitation and slaughter, as dolphins are routinely captured, harassed, slaughtered and sold into captivity around the world – all in the name of profit. Dolphin Project works not only to halt these slaughters, but also to rehabilitate captive dolphins for retirement and/or release, investigate and advocate for economic alternatives to dolphin slaughter, and to put a permanent end to dolphin captivity.
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