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Oceans: Building Resilient Ecosystems

The Latest On: Oceans: Building Resilient Ecosystems

March 15, 2012 | Article

Why The Cod Is Sacred

Over the past few decades, Earthjustice legal victories have been working to shape an ecosystem-based approach to fisheries management in New England.

January 24, 2012 | Feature

Video: Orca and Navy Sonar

Navy sonar harms whales and dolphins. Watch a video shot by the Center for Whale Research in Washington State. Hear what the sonar sounds like and see what it does to these marine mammals.

October 26, 2011 | Photos

Life Under The Sea, Under Attack

Learn more about the numerous environmental stressors that incredible underwater creatures are up against.

October 13, 2011 | Feature

Down to Earth: Patti Goldman on Protecting Orca Whales

Patti Goldman discusses her work spearheading efforts to protect the orca whales that make Puget Sound their home. The iconic creatures are at risk of extinction due to a decline in both the abundance and toxic contamination of salmon, their main food source.

September 28, 2011 | Audio

Turning the Tide on Ocean Stressors

Attorney Steve Roady discusses Earthjustice's decades-long efforts to use federal environmental laws to protect the oceans from pollution, overfishing, habitat loss and climate change.

September 5, 2011 | Audio

Restoring The Nation's Oldest Fishery

Attorney Roger Fleming discusses his work with local fishermen to promote healthy ocean ecosystems in New England, an area that is often referred to as the poster child for bad fisheries management.

June 13, 2011 | Audio

Client Gershon Cohen On Cruise Ship Pollution

Gershon Cohen, project director of the Campaign to Safeguard America’s Waters, discusses his decade-long work to clean up the cruise ship industry, which routinely dumps wastewater pollution into national and international waterways.