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  • Life in the Arctic

    Despite the sub-zero temperatures, there are many different animals and fishes thriving in the Arctic ecosystem. However, climate change has affected the habitats that many of these animals rely on. Read More

    Published 1/13/2018

  • New Year’s Resolutions for the Planet

    Resolutions are a great way to start off a new year, and including the planet in your 2018 resolutions is even better!  Read More

    Published 1/5/2018

  • End of Year Roundup: Conservation Wins

    It was a busy year inspiring conservation of the world’s aquatic treasures! Check out a recap of some of our biggest accomplishments over the past year, in addition to stories of conservation wins around the world.  Read More

    Published 12/19/2017

  • May Your Holidays Be Merry and Green!

    The holidays are time for family, celebration and a whole lot of parties. While this is a joyful time of year, excess garbage from holiday parties can cause a strain on our planet. We’re here to help with some eco-friendly holiday tips!  Read More

    Published 12/13/2017

  • Creation of a New Marine Reserve

    Last week, the government of Mexico announced the creation of a new ocean reserve!  Read More

    Published 12/6/2017

  • Items You Didn’t Know You Could Recycle

    Today is America Recycles Day, and we’re celebrating by investigating some items you may not know are recyclable! Read More

    Published 11/15/2017

  • How to Compost Your Pumpkins

    Halloween night is scary, but even more frightening is the fact that millions of pumpkins end up in the trash every November.  Read More

    Published 11/4/2017

  • Fall Cleanup Roundup!

    It was a busy fall for our Conservation team as they led volunteers in the field cleaning up our local waterways! Read More

    Published 11/2/2017

  • Q&A with Dr. Richard Alley

    Dr. Richard Alley is a glaciologist and an Evan Pugh University professor of geosciences at Penn State. He studies the great ice sheets to help predict future changes in climate and sea level, and has conducted field research in Antarctica, Greenland and Alaska. Read More

    Published 10/20/2017

  • Celebrate Hagfish Day

    We’re celebrating Hagfish Day by showing you just how interesting and unique the hagfish is–despite its appearance!  Read More

    Published 10/18/2017

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