The Future of Food
March 29, 2019

By Emily Vidovich, George Washington University class of 2019 and founder of @smallstepsforearth  “If we humans are to make a successful, sustainable place for ourselves in the world – whether our population holds steady or doubles – it is mandatory …

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Are You Afraid of Sharks?
March 18, 2019

by Apryl Boyle, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of El Porto Shark A majority of surfers are accustomed to answering the question, “Aren’t you afraid of sharks?” when talking to a non-surfer about their lifestyle. Several surfers that I’ve met over …

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Radical Collaboration: Charting A New Course For Our Oceans
March 11, 2019

by Tina Nguyen Tina Nguyen is a long-time surfer and committed driver of sustainability who focused her master’s research on sustainable surfing events, comparing major contests in Jeffreys Bay and on the North Shore, Hawaii. She loves talking about trash! …

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Sharks, Climate Change, and What Can Be Done
January 17, 2019

by Apryl Boyle, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of El Porto Shark The importance of sharks in climate change is not simply overlooked, but often unexpected. The relationship between these top predators and their role in our global climate continue …

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One of Los Angeles’ Early Women Marine Scientists: Sarah P. Monks
December 12, 2018

By Geraldine Knatz, Ph.D., AltaSea Board Trustee and Professor of the Practice of Policy and Engineering, a joint appointment between the University of Southern California Price School of Public Policy and the Viterbi School of  Engineering.     Los Angeles Harbor, …

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