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For Immediate Release, October 23, 2020 Contact: Mariano Castro, Legal & Policy Analyst, mcastro@seaturtles.org  Costa Rica Approves Controversial Bill to Resume Trawl Fishing  Decision Threatens Endangered Marine Species, Critical Habitat, Artisanal Fishing COSTA RICA — The Legislative Assembly of Costa Rica approved a bill Thursday that allows trawl fishing...

For many lovers of dark and ancient lore (and those that just love crafting and candy), October marks a time for frightening fun and spooky scares. October also marks National Seafood Month, a time meant to bring awareness to and celebrate the United States as...

It’s 5:30 a.m. on a Wednesday, and Erica Perez leaves her house in Hilo to start the slow, dark, one-and-a-half hour drive to the South Kohala coast on the other side of Hawai‘i’s Big Island. She arrives at the first site at 7:00 a.m., where she...

For Immediate Release, October 21, 2020 Contact: Joanie Steinhaus, Gulf Program Director, joanie@seaturtles.org Lawsuit Challenges Inadequate Federal Review of Endangered Species in Gulf of Mexico Agency ignores Deepwater Horizon tragedy, science in biological opinion for offshore oil and gas activities Greenbelt, MD — Four conservation groups filed a lawsuit today...

This blog was written by Lewis Burnett, an award-winning wildlife and travel photographer based out of Australia’s Southwest. In the future, Burnett plans to take the necessary steps towards working with nonprofits and conservation agencies to help visually convey the scientific studies that are being undertaken to preserve some...

Have you ever found yourself preparing to discard of a handful of used items, only to wonder if you could find an imaginative way to reuse them to help keep them out of our natural environment? From empty mint containers and pill bottles to used...

10-year-old Abby Rogers has converted her backyard into a native plant nursery to help save coral reefs. Rogers is a volunteer with the Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL), helping to grow native plants that will be transplanted at their stream restoration site in Wahikuli. The native plants...

I’ve talked a lot about how the events of 2020 are “unprecedented”—so much so, that now the word fails to capture just how unusual this year is. As we settle into the fall, I am reminded again of how the challenges we face are unlike anything...