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Oceana Magazine: Spring 2008
CEO’s Note - Our Connection to the Sea
Pole to Pole
CEO’s Note - Measuring Success, One Ocean at a Time
Right Whales Wronged
Supporter Spotlight: Summer Osterman
CEO's Note: Why Being “Sustainable” Is Not Enough
Fins Are Finished
CEO Note: Please Welcome The Perfect Protein
Ask Dr. Pauly: What are distant-water fishing fleets, and how do they affect overfishing?
CEO Note: How do we know that we are winning for the oceans?
Ask Dr. Pauly: What are “small-scale fisheries?”
A New Era
CEO Note: New evidence that we can and must bring our fisheries back from the brink.
Hello, My Name Is… Alaska Pollock
Q&A: Alexandra Cousteau
Ask Dr. Pauly: Are the Oceans Jellifying?
The Small Sanctuary Approach
CEO’s Note: How saving the oceans can feed the world
The Serengeti of the Sea
Q&A: Diane Lane
CEO’s Note: Andy Sharpless on the Scourge of Seafood Fraud
Exploring the Pacific
A Precious Resource at Risk
Q&A: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
CEO Note: The simplest victories are also the most effective
Oceana in the Baltic
CEO's Note: The good news on ocean conservation? It's an achievable goal.
Serious About Sea Turtles
Beneath Still Waters
CEO's Note: A Chilean Teddy Roosevelt?
Into the Gulf
Diving Back In
Chef's Corner: Jeremy Bearman of Rouge Tomate
CEO's Note: A Primer for Skeptics
Chef's Corner: Chef Bryan Voltaggio
CEO's Note: The Dirty Reality of Offshore Drilling Hits Close To Home
Chef's Corner: Peter Hoffman
A Sea Change in California
Q&A Martin Stepanek
Chef's Corner: Germain Haro
Whale Watching in Baja
Q&A Caleb Pungowiyi
Chef's Corner: Greg Knize
SeaChange Summer Party
Q&A Taras Grescoe
Chef's Corner: Tom Aikens
Q&A J.E.N. Veron
Pilgrimage to the Sea
Chef's Corner: José Andrés
Q&A Jeffrey Short
Ted Danson Tells Congress: Immediately Reinstate the Offshore Drilling Moratorium
Chef's Corner: Barton Seaver
Oceans of Potential
The Author, the Actor and the Sea
Ocean Advocate – Lea Haratani
Chef's Corner – Chef Sergi Arola
Chef's Corner - Passionfish
Saving Punta de Choros
January Jones: A Voice for Sharks
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Blog entry › Introducing the Nudibranch: Multicolored Mollusks that Dazzle the Seafloor (Photos)
Blog entry › CEO Note: Introducing Lars “Lasse” Gustavsson, Oceana in Europe’s New Senior Vice President and Executive Director
Blog entry › Oceana Magazine, Dr. Pauly Column: How Do We Know How Many Fish There Are in The Sea?
Blog entry › Ocean Roundup: Seafood Fraud Ring Uncovered in Australia, Fish Species Found to Change Skin Color, and More
Blog entry › CEO Note: President Obama Designates Largest Marine Reserve in the World
Blog entry › Photos, Video: Oceana Wraps Up Canary Islands Expedition after Discovering Vast Biodiversity
Blog entry › Bird Casualties from BP’s Gulf Spill Much Higher than Original Estimates
Press release › The Wyss Foundation Provides $10 Million Grant to Help Restore Productivity and Health of the World’s Fisheries
Blog entry › Video: Oceana Makes Plea for Mediterranean Swordfish, Says EU Overlooking Its Decline
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