Issue Area: Coastal and Marine Human Impacts

Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography

ASLO does not take positions on issues of environmental policy. However, ASLO strives to make the most recent scientific information on aquatic ecosystems available to policy-makers. Through activities such as congressional briefings, ASLO provides the political know-how and logistical assistance for ASLO members to present their research to policy leaders …

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Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication

 Another Type of World is Still Possible Through Another Type of Communication, OF COURSE !!!WHO WE ARE!BNNRC is a national networking body on alternative mass media and working for building a democratic society based on the principles of free flow of information, equitable & affordable access to Information & Communication …

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Bayshore Discovery Project

The mission of the Bayshore Discovery Project is to motivate people to take care of the environment, the history, and the culture, of New Jersey’s Bayshore Region through education, preservation, and example.

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BC Cetacean Sighting Network

British Columbia’s convoluted coastline is home to twenty-three species of cetaceans and two species of sea turtles. Nine of these are at risk of extinction. To conserve these species, it’s crucial to learn more about their distribution and habitat use. It’s impossible for researchers to monitor these coastal waters year-round …

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Beam Reach

The Beam Reach Marine Science and Sustainability School offers a 10-week study away experience conducting field research with endangered marine species in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S.  We specialize in bioacoustic studies of southern resident killer whales and their prey, including salmon.  Our curriculum is approved for 18 quarter …

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Bedeque Bay Environmental Management Association BBEMA

BBEMA is the acronym for Bedeque Bay Environmental Management Association, a not-for-profit charitable organization that focuses on sustainable, community-based ecosystem management that integrates economic growth and environmental conservation. BBEMA was established in 1992 under the auspices of Environment Canada’s Atlantic Coastal Action Plan (ACAP

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