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This blog was co-authored by Susan Tate, the EarthEcho Water Challenge Manager, and Sarah Kollar, the Outreach Manager for Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup. How do we know if water is “healthy”? When it comes to water quality, the presence of plastic pollution is a visible...

Every summer growing up, my parents and I would pile into our Suburban with kayaks, beach toys and boogie boards and make the three-hour-long drive from Baltimore to the Jersey Shore. As a kid, those three hours felt like an eternity. But I always knew we...

This past Monday marked the beginning of Climate Week, an annual international summit that brings together leaders, activists and non-profit organizations—all calling for greater climate action, making new climate change commitments and sharing success stories. While I was able to attend Climate Week in person last...

This blog on the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was jointly authored by Ocean Conservancy’s Janis Searles Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Anne Merwin, Vice President of Conservation and Ivy Fredrickson, Staff Attorney. The news of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death Friday evening hit...

When a seminal paper was published five years ago, the world decided that its core finding—8 million metric tons (MMT) of plastics enter the ocean annually—was simply unacceptable. Almost overnight, this Ocean Conservancy-supported analysis drove the world to respond with a shared sense of outrage...