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Data and Collaboration at the Heart of Ocean Health

BY SANDRA PONCE DE LEON ON MAY 4, 2021 Published in Gritdaily.com  Climate change is taking a heavy toll on ocean health. Collaboration across industries, sectors, governments, and professions is a must. This begs the question, what are the challenges to accelerating action to mitigate climate change in the oceans? What role can AI play in this? I recently […]

AltaSea and Cal State University, Northridge To Hold Inaugural Webinar Series Focused on Aquaculture for the Economy and Ecosystem

AltaSea’s first annual aquaculture-focused series will feature globally respected experts and provide an opportunity to learn about this important effort to combat climate change April 23, 2021 02:44 PM Eastern Daylight Time LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AltaSea at the Port of Los Angeles, in collaboration with Cal State Northridge’s (CSUN) Institute for Sustainability and The Los Angeles […]

The Ocean Decade – Ten years to save our oceans and our planet

By Emily Vidovich. Emily has a background in environmental journalism and sustainability and is a member of the George Washington University Class of 2019. When the United Nations (UN) published its first world ocean assessment in 2017, the report’s overarching conclusion was that humanity is running out of time to start managing the ocean sustainably. […]

Our Next Battle Is Already Here

Our Next Battle Is Already Here Everything is aligned for a big bang of business. By Melanie Lundquist / April 22, 2021 We’re at a pivotal time in our world’s history. We are finally starting to get past the pandemic that devastated many lives. To get here, we—both as a nation and the world—needed to come together, unified, […]

5 Of The Most Remarkable Waterfronts In The U.S.

Excerpted from United Airlines – Hemisphere  By Daniel Wellbelove April 6, 2021 Los Angeles Photography: Courtesy of LA Waterfront From Venice’s Muscle Beach to Malibu’s surf breaks, Los Angeles County is home to some of the most iconic oceanfront settings on the planet—but there’s always room for more. Specifically, Wilmington and San Pedro, 25 miles south […]