Live like you love the ocean

Published June 20, 2008

The San Jose Mercury News recently posted an opinion on its blog that caught the eyes of quite a few staff members here at the Aquarium. We loved its central message, to "live like you love the ocean." The author, Wallace J. Nichols, is a senior scientist at the Ocean Conservancy – a nonprofit headquartered in Washington, DC – that serves to restore sustainable American fisheries, protect wildlife from human impacts, conserve special ocean places, and reform government for better ocean stewardship.  To read the entire story, visit the San Jose Mercury News.  For more ideas on how to shop, eat, vacation, and vote like you love the ocean, check out the Aquarium's Beyond the Boardwalk events, which start tonight!
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