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I am thrilled that I have the opportunity to share my passion for the Arctic and the conservation of this region with you all.

http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/2016/04/27/photos-life-in-the-arctic/
My name is Sarah Bobbe and I am Ocean Conservancy’s Arctic Program Specialist based in Anchorage, Alaska. TIn case you missed it, this week I took over the Ocean Conservancy Instagram account, and ...
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The Arctic is at a critical crossroads of change according to a new Ocean Conservancy report that modeled the potential impacts of industrial development in Arctic Alaska over the next 25 years.

http://www.oceanconservancy.org/places/arctic/arctic-ahead.html
The Arctic Ahead. In recent years, Arctic wildlife and Arctic peoples have faced rapid and dramatic environmental changes related to global climate change. While the region has always experienced fluctuations, the changes taking place now are happening at an unprecedented pace and scale.
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Our blog series on the lesser known (but just as cool) species of the Arctic continues with Arctic copepods. Read our other blogs from the series: polar cod and brittle stars. I’ve always loved rib...
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Dive into the ocean and learn all about fish! Our fish fact sheets will have you hooked on learning why fish are so fin-tastic! 

http://www.oceanconservancy.org/our-work/fisheries/fish-facts/
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Our blog series on the lesser known (but just as cool) species of the Arctic continues with brittle stars. Read our other blogs from the series: polar cod. Brittle stars are seafloor dwelling organ...
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Nothing ruins a sweeping ocean vista like…trash. Not only are piles of plastic an eyesore, they’re seriously harmful to the countless animals who call the ocean home. This Earth Day, take a minute ...
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Now is the time to save the Arctic.
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To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the MSA, we’re sharing fishery success stories to remind us that the MSA is a keeper.

http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/2016/04/05/msa-at-40-fisheries-in-the-atlantic/
In the past four decades, we’ve made meaningful progress toward ending overfishing in U.S. waters and rebuilding fish populations. And we have a little-known law with a long name to thank: the Magn...
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To answer this question, we dove into the growing scientific literature and quantified perceptions regarding impact and evaluated whether individual studies had rigorously tested and demonstrated an effect.

http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/2016/03/31/what-do-we-actually-know-about-the-ecological-impacts-of-marine-debris/
The following is a guest blog from Dr. Chelsea Rochman, who is currently serving as a Smith Postdoctoral Fellow in Conservation Biology. For decades, we have heard concerns regarding the entangleme...
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O hemskt måste ta borta farliga kan leda till kvävas fortare som möjligt!!!
Tillåter inte dröja så länge.Djur kan inte säga "behöver hjälp"
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It’s our hope that the polar cod will finally receive the praise and attention that they so aptly deserve! After all—it’s thanks to the polar cod that the charismatic narwhals and ringed seals are able to survive.

http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/2016/03/23/arctic-wildlife-get-to-know-the-polar-cod/
Join us as we dive into the chilly waters of the Arctic. Our blog series explores the magnificent (and often overlooked) species living in the Arctic—which you need to know! When most of us think o...
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Ocean conservancy educates and empowers people to take action on behalf of the ocean. Visit our website to learn more: www.oceanconservancy.org