Written by Will Murtha | August 31st, 2012
Communities are getting hands-on experience restoring a mix of marine, coastal and migratory fish habitats.
Written by Kydd Pollock | August 16th, 2012
Our marine biologist doesn’t let a shark bite come between him and his work at one of the most biologically diverse locations in the world.
Written by Kydd Pollock | August 14th, 2012
What does it feel like to be bitten by a shark? Our marine scientist shares his story and why he continues to get back into the water.
Written by Kydd Pollock | August 10th, 2012
Despite a shark bite in 2010, The Nature Conservancy’s Kydd Pollock is passionate about marine conservation – and sharks.
Written by Laura Huffman | July 3rd, 2012
Join The Nature Conservancy for a Twitter chat about the intersection of reliable freshwater supplies and the health of oceans. Follow #TNCH2O on July 24, 2012 from 11:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. EST and submit your questions in the comments section.
Written by Madeline Breen | June 13th, 2012
Since a single oyster can filter up to 30 gallons of water every day, clearing and cleaning it for the benefit of other marine life, just imagine what restoring billions might do for your favorite coastal bay.
Written by Kerry Crisley | May 17th, 2012
May is National Cancer Research Month, and much of the research that sustains our hope for a cure begins in our oceans.
Written by Mark Spalding | April 25th, 2012
99% of world’s oceans are unprotected and marine scientists alone can’t save them. Rather, the oceans need to be saved by popular demand, says the Conservancy’s Mark Spalding.
Written by Jake Cohen | April 20th, 2012
Learn how building a 3D model is helping an island community in Papua New Guinea to plan for the impacts of climate change and ensure its survival.
Written by Darci Palmquist | February 28th, 2012
The Nature Conservancy’s lead marine scientist will undertake a three-year research project to address critical challenges facing our oceans.