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The future of the ocean hangs in balance. We came up with 11 actions that the current administration must take while there’s still time. On January 20th Joseph R. Biden was sworn in as the 46th President and many of us breathed a sigh of relief, as if watching Donald Trump fly away wasn’t enough…

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Washington D.C.— Marine Conservation Institute, a leader in securing strong protection for the oceans’ most important places, denounced the President’s Executive Order to undertake a federal review of land and ocean monuments established by three previous presidents. The new administration’s executive order requiring agencies, like the Department of Interior, to review the last 20 years…

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It isn’t often that you get to mention four previous Presidents—Calvin Coolidge, Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush—in the same breath as our current President, Barack Obama.  But each one—three Republicans and two Democrats—has recognized that one or more of the Pacific Remote islands (see map) and their waters were important enough to…

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Kingman Reef: Black Reef vs. Pristine Reef (photos: Gareth Williams and Jim Maragos) Imagine turquoise waters teeming with vibrant corals, colorful fish, graceful turtles, and menacing sharks. Now imagine cloudy ocean waters crowded with dark red and black algae and bacteria, devoid of wildlife. Unfortunately, the latter is happening in some of our nation’s reefs.…

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We need your help shaping the next generation of wildlife conservation. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) is in the process of shaping their new vision for the next decade and beyond, and the agency is seeking input from interested citizens like you. Here is a little background on why MCBI is involved in…

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