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Declare Independence from Plastic Waste this Fourth of July

Thousands of people flock to the coasts on Independence Day, eager to enjoy the sun and the sea. But as beaches fill up with celebrating crowds, they also become covered in single-use plastics and other trash that is far too often left behind after the fireworks fade. Unfortunately, a great day for our country becomes a very bad one for the health of our shorelines, oceans, and marine wildlife. … More Info »

How Right Whale Poop Plays an Essential Role in the Ocean Ecosystem

North Atlantic right whales are an iconic New England species that attract tourists and locals alike to the ocean, hoping to catch a glimpse. Research has indicated that North Atlantic right whales also play a key role in marine ecosystems in an unexpected way. Ironically, these whales might just be most important during their least attractive moments: when they poop. … More Info »