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Smooth Sailing with Clean Diesel

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In 2011, CLF Ventures received a grant from the EPA to help two New England fishing/whale watching vessels replace the aging, inefficient engines on their vessels with cleaner-burn Read More

This Week on – January 28 – February 1

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January 28 - New England’s Protected Waters are Threatened - Parts of New England’s waters set aside to protect cod, haddock, flounder, and other importa Read More

This Week on – June 10-14

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June 10 - Day of Celebration on the St. Croix - It’s not often you get the chance to celebrate such a clear victory for the environment as the return of the al Read More

This Week on – December 9-13

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December 10 - New England Council: Get Your Facts Straight Before Acting on Habitat - With New England’s groundfish populations at historic lows and the progno Read More

This Week on – May 12-16

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May 13 - No Refuge For Fish? Stressed Species Need Safe Habitat - Overfishing and warming waters are combining to create a potent one-two punch that threatens signif Read More

This Week in Talking Fish

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Photo credit: Catch the latest news from Talking Fish, the blog brought to you by CLF and others that is focused on the scientific, financial and social aspects at work Read More

Antarctica’s Icefish keep from freezing thanks to special proteins

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Living way down south, past the tropical parts of the globe and deep in the freezing cold waters of Antarctica, are some pretty amazing fish. Temperatures of -1.8°C should be e Read More

Secrets of the James - Warm Winter Brings Shad Up the James Early

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by Gabe Silver, JRA's Education & Outreach ManagerSpring temperatures bring migratory fish like shad and herring up the James River to spawn. An extraordinarily warm start to 2 Read More

Time for Action to Help the Mighty, Important Menhaden

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The most important species are not always the biggest, fastest, or most charismatic. The silvery Atlantic Menhaden usually averages only about 12 to 15 inches in length when it is Read More

Sealord lonely cheerleader for deadly fishing method

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On Wednesday we revealed Sealord is the only big Australasian brand which has refused to stop sourcing tuna caught by fleets using a destructive fishing method which kills sharks, Read More
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  • Date Added: Mar 21, 2013
  • By Greenpeace Aotearoa New Zealand
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