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Surprising Sea Turtle Facts
 
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Did you know there are seven species of sea turtles? Or that green turtles can live to be 80? Learn more interesting facts about turtles on our website: http://bit.ly/1UxCfbR
Views: 13328 Oceana
How Seafood Fraud Works
 
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Fish is often mislabeled along the supply chain from hook to fork. A Boston Globe investigation uncovered widespread seafood fraud, and this video illustrates one clear example of how seafood fraud -- in this case Vietnamese catfish mislabeled as grouper -- occurs in the United States. For more information about seafood fraud, go to oceana.org/fraud. Footage supplied by Getty Images Editorial Footage/Getty Images.
Views: 4295 Oceana
Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Killer Whales
 
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You can help protect ocean creatures, like killer whales, when you symbolically adopt one from our store! Find them here: http://bit.ly/2aybRF2
Views: 6090 Oceana
Oceana: How Saving the Oceans Can Feed the World
 
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Oceans cover 71% of the planet and are the source of life on Earth. Over a billion people, including some of the poorest in the world, depend on the oceans and wild seafood for survival. But our blue planet is under threat. Each day we remove more than the oceans can replenish. We are draining our oceans of life and protein for a hungry planet. The good news is that our oceans are astoundingly resilient. Contrary to popular belief, the sea is not ungoverned. Ten countries control most of the world's wild seafood catch. Oceana has won critical policy victories in many of these countries, protecting more than a million square miles of ocean. We can turn things around if we focus on three goals: ending overfishing, controlling bycatch and protecting our ocean nurseries. Help us ensure that the oceans remain bountiful and beautiful for generations to come. Join Oceana today.
Views: 48299 Oceana
Drill, Spill, Repeat? Breaking Offshore Oil Drilling's Destructive Cycle
 
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The BP Oil Spill, 4 Years Later: Watch our short documentary, "Drill, Spill, Repeat?" to see the BP oil disaster from perspectives of those still facing daily struggles due to an industry out of control. The Gulf's communities can show us what's at stake moving forward. Find out more: http://www.drillspillrepeat.org
Views: 2967 Oceana
The Real Story on Seismic Blasting in Our Oceans
 
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The ocean is a world of sound. Seismic airgun testing, a method of searching for offshore oil and gas, threatens to turn that world upside down. Seismic blasts can injure or kill marine life, threaten the health of regional fisheries, and risk the jobs of those who depend on the ocean for their livelihood. This month, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is preparing an environmental impact statement (EIS) on seismic testing's potential expansion into the Mid and South Atlantic, and its recommendations will reach the White House. BOEM needs to consider the latest and best science on seismic, which exposes its many risks. Share the truth about seismic blasting and increase awareness about this deadly practice! For more info, visit: http://oceana.org/seismic
Views: 58424 Oceana
Fish Stories: Success and Value in Seafood Traceability
 
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Visit http://oceana.org/FishStories to learn more about seafood traceability It seems like a simple concept—knowing where your food comes from. But unfortunately, seafood lovers rarely know how the fish got to their dinner plate. This knowledge is important, because a complex and opaque seafood supply chain opens the door to illegal and irresponsible fishing practices, seafood fraud, public health risks, and even human trafficking, forced labor and organized crime. These problems threaten the oceans and consumer’s wallets, and unfairly undermine honest fishermen and businesses that play by the rules. But these are fixable problems. The first step in ensuring that seafood is safe, legally caught, and honestly labeled, is traceability. Traceability increases transparency and accountability in the seafood supply chain by ensuring that information such as how, when and where fish are caught or farmed follows the fish from boat to plate. The ability to share information along the seafood supply chain reduces the risk of seafood fraud and helps prevent illegally caught product from entering the market. Music by Adam Lindquist: http://adamlindquist.com/ Sounds via Freesound.org, by the following users: cfork, batch, mich3d, adbicycle, pagancow, traveler, pushtobreak, corsica-s, roscoetoon, the-bizness, freqman, digifishmusic, bennychico, rewired, ekuseru, florian-reinke, xtyl33, ludvique, soundstack, gynation, metamorphmuses, cgeffex, acekasbo, stereostereo, primejunt, susychristiansen, j-zazvurek, lolamadeus, music-boy, ptentjello, tambascot, 7778, ballistiq85, iberian-runa, szybki16, simosco, speedygonzo, klankbeeld, martialway47, gowlermusic, aldenroth2, theta4
Views: 3827 Oceana
Oceana PSA (Español): La Vida en los Océanos
 
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La vida en los océanos se ha mantenido en equilibrio durante millones de años, hasta ahora. Los científicos prevén el colapso irreversible de la vida marina a menos que hagamos algo ahora. Ayúdanos a proteger los océanos:
Views: 4967 Oceana
Alexandra Cousteau - Ban the US Shark Fin Trade
 
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Learn More: http://oceana.org/FinBanNow Shark finning, which contributes to the decline of shark populations around the world, is the cruel practice in which the fins of a shark are cut off on board a fishing vessel at sea, and the remainder of the animal is thrown back into the water to drown, starve or die a slow death. This practice is also wasteful, as typically only 2-5 percent of the shark is used. The global demand for shark fin soup perpetuates this horrific practice. Banning the sale and possession of shark fins would ensure that the United States no longer participates in the global fin trade that is contributing to the decline of sharks around the world. Although stopping shark finning is a global effort, the U.S. can establish itself as a leader by banning shark fin sale and possession. Music by Adam Lindquist: http://adamlindquist.com/ Transcript: This is a brutal, wasteful practice that threatens rhino populations. That’s why these are illegal in the United States. This is a brutal and wasteful practice that threatens elephant populations. That’s why these are illegal in the United States. This is a brutal and wasteful practice that threatens shark populations, that is illegal in U.S. waters. So why aren’t these illegal in the U.S.? Sharks are vital to ocean ecosystems, yet millions of sharks end up in the fin trade every year, leaving nearly a quarter of sharks and their relatives threatened with extinction. It’s time for congress to stand up for these magnificent and important creatures. End the buying and selling of shark fins in the United States.
Views: 24995 Oceana
Visiting a Sea Turtle Hospital
 
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Oceana supporter Lauren Norman visits a sea turtle hospital in Florida to learn more about different species of sea turtles and the dangers they face. She also learns about Turtle Excluder Devices, or TEDs, which offer turtles an escape route from fishing trawls. To find out more about sea turtles and what you can do to help protect them, visit http://act.oceana.org/sign/turtlesoffthehook.
Views: 3542 Oceana
Kate Walsh Watches Sea Turtles Hatching
 
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Kate Walsh visited Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge in 2009 to witness leatherback sea turtles hatching. Less than one in 100 hatchlings will survive to adulthood. Join Kate in the fight to protect sea turtles from extinction at http://act.oceana.org/sign/turtlesoffthehook.
Views: 2748 Oceana
Mercury, Seafood and You: A Documentary Short
 
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This documentary-short, made by Hardy Jones, focuses on first-hand experiences with mercury poisoning and its effects on our health. Featuring Actor and Oceana Board Member Ted Danson. To learn more about mercury and what Oceana is doing to prevent seafood contamination, visit http://na.oceana.org/en/our-work/stop-ocean-pollution/mercury/overview.
Views: 19178 Oceana
Seismic Shift: East Coast Opposition to Offshore Oil
 
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http://www.protectourcoastnow.com/ The Obama Administration is proposing to open the Southeast coast to offshore drilling, threatening jobs and tourism up and down the coast and putting the region at risk of devastating oil spills like the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. The proposed plan would open the coasts of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia to offshore drilling. As communities, elected leaders, and impacted industries along the Southeast coast unite in opposition to this major shift in federal policy, the Obama Administration is currently reexamining and revising its proposed leasing plan and is expected to release a new draft plan in early 2016. Find out more about the potentially devastating effects of this proposal by clicking the link above. Learn more about the grassroots opposition to offshore development at http://usa.oceana.org/seismic-airgun-testing/grassroots-opposition-atlantic-drilling Music by Adam Lindquist http://adamlindquist.com/ Sounds via Freesound.org, by the following users: nicStage, patchen, fedexico, soundmary, Corsica_S, and Loremonger, under the Attribution license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
Views: 1889 Oceana
Everything you ever wanted to know about sea otters!
 
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You can also help save marine life, like sea otters, by symbolically adopting one today! Click here: http://bit.ly/2bFTNsR
Views: 6653 Oceana
Angela Kinsey & Rashida Jones Talk Protecting Belize's Hidden Treasures
 
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“The Office” co-stars Rashida Jones and Angela Kinsey traveled together to the island of Ambergris Caye and swam with Oceana along the second-largest barrier reef in the world. See what they have to say about the reef's beauty, biodiversity and need for protection. Join Rashida & Angela in protecting the ocean's hidden treasures! http://bit.ly/1mJbty2
Views: 9757 Oceana
What is Seismic Airgun Testing?
 
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Proposed seismic airgun testing in the Atlantic Ocean would injure thousands of whales and dolphins. Find out what it is and why Oceana is campaigning to stop it before it starts. Please sign Oceana's petition to stop seismic testing on the White House's website at https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/stop-seismic-airgun-testing-oil-and-gas-us-east-coast/khpw6LCt.
Views: 3329 Oceana
Cobie Smulders Explores Belize's Hidden Treasures with Oceana
 
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Actress Cobie Smulders ("How I Met Your Mother," "The Avengers") loves the oceans. She's expressing that love by working with Oceana to save the ocean's hidden gems. Cobie and Oceana dove in the South Water Caye Marine Reserve in Belize, an area bordered by the Mesoamerican reef, home to brilliantly colored organisms like sponges, ascidians, seaweeds and coral. Watch her Q&A with Oceana. Join Cobie & Oceana to protect the ocean's hidden treasures: http://bit.ly/1mJbty2
Views: 4643 Oceana
Hillary Clinton speaks about Oceana at the 2013 Partners Award Gala
 
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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton joined Oceana supporters as an honored guest at the Partners Award Gala in October 2013. Sec. Clinton spoke passionately about the need for science-based solutions to ocean conservation like those Oceana has advanced for over a decade.
Views: 838 Oceana
BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill 1 Year Anniversary: What If It Happened Here?
 
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Offshore drilling is dirty and dangerous. One year ago, the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster took 11 lives and destroyed the livelihoods of many Gulf of Mexico residents. Thousands of marine animals were killed and many more harmed. We must prevent future oil and gas disasters by making the transition from offshore drilling to clean energy. Visit http://stopthedrill.org and help stop offshore drilling today. To find out more about Ted Danson's ongoing ocean conservation efforts and his new book, "Oceana," visit http://na.oceana.org/en/blog/2011/03/ted-danson-on-his-new-book-oceana.
Views: 5097 Oceana
California Great White Sharks Need Our Help
 
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Great white sharks off the coast of California are in big trouble. The number of adult great whites swimming off our Pacific Coast is alarming low, and they are losing their pups to deadly gillnets. If something doesn't change, they could disappear forever. We shouldn't be scared of sharks, we should be scared for them. Great whites help keep the ocean food web healthy and stable as they hunt their prey. Our oceans need sharks. We're petitioning the state of California to protect great whites as an endangered species. Please help us protect these iconic sharks — before it's too late.
Views: 6451 Oceana
Rachael Harris and Angela Kinsey Swim with Sea Turtles: Behind the Scenes
 
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In 2010, Rachael Harris and Angela Kinsey traveled with Oceana to Mexico to swim with sea turtles, visit a sea turtle hospital and shoot a PSA. Check out some of their antics behind the scenes and see how they fell in love with these majestic animals. To learn more about sea turtles and what you can do to help protect them, visit http://act.oceana.org/sign/turtlesoffthehook.
Views: 26201 Oceana
Marine Life and Oil Don't Mix: Stop Offshore Oil Drilling Now
 
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The ongoing oil crisis in the Gulf of Mexico reminds us that offshore drilling is dangerous and dirty. It harms wildlife, ecosystems and the economy. Tell the government NO to offshore drilling. Sign the petition at www.StopTheDrill.org. Earlier this year, the government opened thousands of miles of American coastline to oil and gas exploration. Don't let dirty, dangerous oil drilling happen on your watch! Learn more at StopTheDrill.org and Oceana.org.
Views: 31151 Oceana
Oceana | Aéro Ocean Conservation Film
 
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The oceans have been healthy and full of life for millions of years... until now. Scientists predict that life in our oceans is quickly approaching an irreversible collapse, unless we do something now. Help Oceana to make a difference. Visit http://na.oceana.org/.
Views: 2917 Oceana
One Name, One Fish: Why Seafood Names Matter
 
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Fish names matter! Oceana's report: One Name One Fish makes the case that we should adopt species specific names for all seafood throughout the entire seafood supply chain. Watch this video to see why. Read the report at http://oceana.org/onenameonefish Music by Adam Lindquist http://fa-da-do.com Sounds via Freesound.org, by the following users: cfork, batch, mich3d, adbicycle, pagancow, traveler, pushtobreak, corsica-s, roscoetoon, the-bizness, freqman, digifishmusic, bennychico, rewired, ekuseru, florian-reinke, xtyl33, ludvique, soundstack, gynation, metamorphmuses, cgeffex, acekasbo, stereostereo, primejunt, susychristiansen, j-zazvurek, lolamadeus, music-boy, ptentjello, tambascot, 7778, ballistiq85, iberian-runa, szybki16, simosco, speedygonzo, klankbeeld, martialway47, gowlermusic, aldenroth2, theta4
Views: 5467 Oceana
Be An Ocean Hero & Help Save the Oceans
 
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Go to http://oceana.org/heroes to pledge your commitment to ocean conservation. For every pledge you make, Oceana receives $1 from an anonymous donor. Pledge today!
Views: 8193 Oceana
Raw Footage Captures Life 1,000 Meters Below Sea Level
 
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Oceana's Ranger Expedition ventured to never-before-explored waters of Spain's Emile Baudot escarpment, 1,000 meters below sea level, and captured rare footage of the life of the deep, including sharks and octopodes!
Views: 7906 Oceana
Exploring Marine Life in the Baltic Sea: Oceana Expedition 2011
 
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In April 2011, Oceana launched a 2-month research expedition in the Baltic Sea. Oceana scientists teamed up with professional underwater photographers and videographers to document marine life and the human impact on fragile marine ecosystems in the Baltic Sea. To find out more about Oceana's research on the Baltic Sea, visit http://na.oceana.org/en/our-work/oceana-on-the-water/baltic/overview. This video provides an overview of the Baltic region, the incredible marine life it supports, and the problems facing its continued health and preservation. Creatures that make appearances in the video include a nudibranch, crabs, corals, and a variety of fish. To learn more about these organisms and other marine life, visit http://na.oceana.org/en/explore/creatures.
Views: 4175 Oceana
Marine Life in Cape Arago, Oregon
 
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Underwater video taken by a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) from 30-40 meters depth around the Cape Arago/Seven Devils Reef area of the Oregon coast. Footage showcases several species of rockfish, gorgonian corals, anemones, sea stars, and other invertebrates and their habitats. The ROV was operated by Oceana as part of our 2011 Pacific Hotspots Expedition documenting Important Ecological Areas in Monterey Bay, the southern Oregon coast, and the San Juan Islands off Washington in June 2011.
Views: 1120 Oceana
Introducing Global Fishing Watch
 
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The product of a partnership between Oceana, SkyTruth and Google, Global Fishing Watch is an intuitive and free interactive online tool that shows the apparent fishing activity of 35,000 (and counting) commercial fishing vessels operating throughout the world. The platform is regularly updated to show vessel tracks and fishing activity from January 1, 2012 through three days prior to present time. By sharing this critical information publically for the first time, Global Fishing Watch will have immeasurable and wide-ranging positive impacts on ocean health. From allowing fishery managers to better understand and manage fishing activity in their waters to aiding enforcement agencies in deterring illegal fishing, Global Fishing Watch is a powerful tool to help restore our oceans. “Global Fishing Watch will revolutionize the way the world views commercial fishing,” said Jacqueline Savitz, Vice President for the United States and Global Fishing Watch at Oceana. “Now, in the hands of everyone, this free tool can be used by governments, journalists, citizens, researchers and the seafood industry. It will allow governments to track suspicious vessels, enforce rules and reduce seafood fraud. Journalists and everyday citizens will be able to identify behavior that may be related to illegal fishing or overfishing. Global Fishing Watch is a powerful tool in the fight against illegal fishing and has tremendous potential to preserve and protect our world’s delicate marine ecosystem for generations to come.” Global Fishing Watch uses public broadcast data from the Automatic Identification System (AIS), collected by satellite and terrestrial receivers, to show the movement of vessels over time. Every day, more than 20 million data points are added to AIS. Global Fishing Watch uses this information to track vessel movement and classify it as “fishing” or “non-fishing” activity.
Views: 1642 Oceana
Dolphins and whales in the Mediterranean: Calahonda, Spain
 
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In Summer 2011, Oceana's Ranger embarked upon an expedition in the Mediterranean and Eastern Atlantic to explore seamounts and sea canyons. These unique ocean habitats are generally teeming with marine life, but are relatively unexplored due to their depth and complex terrain. This video was filmed in the Mediterranean Sea on July 14th, 2011. Dolphins and long-finned pilot whales are featured. Visit http://na.oceana.org/en/explore/creatures to learn more about these species and other fascinating marine life. Filmed and edited by Gorka Leclercq.
Views: 4869 Oceana
Oceana: Protecting the World's Oceans (Narrated by Ted Danson)
 
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Narrated by Ted Danson, this 2009 video is an overview of the issues plaguing our oceans and what Oceana is doing to help. From bottom trawling to overfishing, Ted discusses the ways in which we are drastically changing our oceans and, as a result, our climate and our world. Oceana has already set the stage for far-reaching policy change with many important victories, and continues to work tirelessly to protect our oceans and its incredible marine diversity. To find out more about Oceana and do your part to protect the oceans, visit http://na.oceana.org/.
Views: 7054 Oceana
Oceana: Protecting the World's Oceans (Narrated by Ted Danson) (Full)
 
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Narrated by Ted Danson, this 2009 video is an overview of the issues plaguing our oceans and what Oceana is doing to help. From bottom trawling to overfishing, Ted discusses the ways in which we are drastically changing our oceans and, as a result, our climate and our world. Oceana has already set the stage for far-reaching policy change with many important victories, and continues to work tirelessly to protect our oceans and its incredible marine diversity. To find out more about Oceana and do your part to protect the oceans, visit http://na.oceana.org/.
Views: 4761 Oceana
Rachael Harris and Angela Kinsey: Save the Sea Turtles
 
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In 2010, Rachael and Angela traveled with Oceana to Mexico to swim with sea turtles, visit a sea turtle hospital and shoot a PSA. Check out some of their antics behind the scenes and see how they fell in love with these majestic animals. To learn more about sea turtles and what you can do to help protect them, visit http://act.oceana.org/sign/turtlesoffthehook.
Views: 156493 Oceana
Jenna Ushkowitz from Glee - Birthday Wish for the Oceans
 
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Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina from Fox's 'Glee') is turning 25 and wants you to be part of the celebration. Instead of birthday gifts, will you donate to Oceana, a marine conservation non-profit that is fighting offshore drilling and researching clean and renewable energy sources? Visit https://act.oceana.org/donate/d-donate/ to make your donation. ---- Can you believe it has been a year since the disastrous BP oil spill? I still remember the horrible pictures of birds covered in oil and watching dumbfounded as thousands of gallons of oil gushed into the ocean for almost three months. We were finally able to cap the well but the damage had been done -- who knows if our oceans will ever be the same? Scientists won't know the full effects of the oil spill for years but strange things are already happening. This spring, hundreds of dead baby dolphins have washed up on Gulf shores -- some of them even had BP oil on them! That's why, for my birthday, I'm asking you to donate to Oceana. By supporting me and Oceana, you will - fight legislation that would put sea turtles, seals, dolphins, and other animals at risk of another oil spill - support clean energy, like offshore wind Help me celebrate my 25th birthday and fight for healthier turtles, dolphins, seals -- and our oceans!
Views: 9141 Oceana
Oceana: Restoring the future of Tañon Strait
 
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Before 2015, limited protections for the Tañon seascape had drastically reduced fish populations and threatened the future of this once thriving ecosystem. Today, Bloomberg Philanthropies Vibrant Oceans Initiative is working with community members and political leaders to ensure the future of these fisheries.
Views: 228 Oceana
Keegan Allen is an Ocean Hero
 
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Keegan Allen, Pretty Little Liars star, is an ocean hero. Are you? Nominate someone you know (or yourself) who is working to save our oceans for Oceana's 5th annual Ocean Hero Awards. Visit oceana.org/heroes for more information.
Views: 630 Oceana
Boston Globe and Oceana Investigate Fish Fraud
 
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Boston Globe reports on its seafood fraud investigation, featuring Oceana's Northeast representative, Gib Brogan. Footage supplied by Getty Images Editorial Footage/Getty Images.
Views: 3390 Oceana
Oceana Board Member Daniel Pauly: Fisheries on the Brink
 
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Dr. Daniel Pauly, Director of the Fisheries Centre at the University of British Columbia and Oceana Board Member, provides insight into the damage that has been done to our oceans and answers the question "is it too late to save them?" To find out more about sustainable fishing practices and what Oceana does to enforce them, visit http://na.oceana.org/en/our-work/promote-responsible-fishing.
Views: 6696 Oceana
Marine Diversity in Chile: Protecting the Salas y Gómez Waters
 
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In February 2011, Oceana Chile, National Geographic and the Chilean Navy embarked on an expedition to Chile's remote Salas y Gómez Island and Easter Island. The results of this unprecedented collaboration will be the baseline for monitoring the new Marine Park around Salas y Gómez, whose creation was announced in October 2010 by the Chilean government. This video is featured in the Spring 2011 issue of the Oceana Multimedia Magazine, which can be accessed at http://www.oceanamag.org/spring2011/. Creatures that make an appearance in this video include polar bears, sharks, crabs, and a multitude of fish and coral species. Visit http://na.oceana.org/en/explore/creatures to learn about these and other fascinating creatures.
Views: 1005 Oceana
Kate Walsh: Save the Sea Turtles Q&A
 
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Kate Walsh visits the U.S. Virgin Islands to swim with sea turtles. In this PSA, Kate talks about her support of Oceana's work to protect endangered sea turtles against threats like plastic pollution and habitat degredation. To join Kate and find out what you can do to help sea turtles, visit Oceana.org/​turtlesoffthehook
Views: 2722 Oceana
PSA: Oceans Are Approaching Collapse
 
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The oceans have been healthy and full of life for millions of years... until now. Scientists predict that life in our oceans is quickly approaching an irreversible collapse, unless we do something now. Help Oceana to make a difference. Visit http://na.oceana.org/ to find out how.
Views: 484 Oceana
Alexandra Cousteau: Stop Shark Finning
 
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Oceana advisor Alexandra Cousteau explains the brutal practice of shark finning and how Oceana is working to stop it around the world.
Views: 2186 Oceana
Diving in the Mediterranean Sea: Culo de Perros (Part II), Almería, Spain
 
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In Summer 2011, Oceana's Ranger embarked upon an expedition in the Mediterranean and Eastern Atlantic to explore seamounts and sea canyons. These unique ocean habitats are generally teeming with marine life, but are relatively unexplored due to their depth and complex terrain. This video was filmed during a dive near Almería, Spain on July 11th, 2011. A variety of fish and corals make appearances. Visit http://na.oceana.org/en/explore/creatures to learn more about the species featured here and other fascinating marine life. Filmed and edited by Gorka Leclercq.
Views: 765 Oceana
Saving the Oceans by Eating Sustainable Seafood
 
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Andy Sharpless, CEO of Oceana and author of "The Perfect Protein," shares easy ways to choose your seafood. Four simple rules for choosing sustainable seafood options ensure that you can enjoy the benefits of eating fish while knowing that your choices are helping the world's oceans.
Views: 1388 Oceana
Book Trailer: 'Oceana' by Ted Danson
 
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"Oceana: Our Endangered Oceans and What We Can Do to Save Them" by Ted Danson and Mike D'Orso hits bookstore shelves on March 15th, 2011. Watch the trailer for a taste of what's inside the book. This video is featured in the Spring 2011 issue of the Oceana Multimedia Magazine, which can be accessed at http://cdn.ctnhd.com/oceana/spring2011/. To learn more about Ted Danson's ongoing ocean conservation efforts, visit http://na.oceana.org/en/blog/2011/03/ted-danson-on-his-new-book-oceana.
Views: 374 Oceana
Miranda Cosgrove Wants to Keep Dolphins Singing
 
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The deafening booms of seismic airgun tests might be coming to the Atlantic. We need to tell the Obama administration not to move forward with seismic airgun testing. Find out more and join Miranda to protect the dolphins: http://bit.ly/1oo4l9J
Views: 4259 Oceana
Wyatt Workman Loves the Oceans
 
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Eight-year-old Wyatt Workman explains why he loves the oceans and what he's doing to help Oceana protect them for the future.
Views: 500 Oceana
Josh Lucas: Outtakes
 
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In the summer of 2011, actor and ocean activist Josh Lucas traveled with Oceana, Nautica, and GQ to the Oregon Coast to create print and video PSAs to help raise awareness about ocean conservation.
Views: 1714 Oceana