Tag Archives: environment

Napi’s Lecture Series: Derelict Fishing Gear Recovery Project

The Center for Coastal Studies presents on overview of the 2017 Derelict Fishing Gear Recovery Project by Laura Ludwig. It is estimated that between 5-15% of lobster gear is lost each year to storm action, propellers, and interactions with mobile …

Napi’s Lecture Series: Fishermen, Scientists and Sustainable Fisheries

The Center for Coastal Studies presents “Charting a Course to Mutual Trust and Understanding: Fishermen and Scientists Working Together for Sustainable Fisheries” by Owen Nichols. In New England and around the world, fishermen and scientists are working together to keep …

John P. Bunker Memorial Lecture: Peter Neill, The Once and Future Ocean

Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill presents the John P. Bunker Memorial Lecture with environmentalist Peter Neill, author of The Once and Future Ocean. Peter Neill, Founder and Director of the World Ocean Observatory, believes that the ocean …

A Dive into the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument

The Center for Coastal Studies (CCS) and the Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) invites you to take a Dive into the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument. Conservation Law Foundation‘s Vice President and Director of Ocean Conservation, Dr. Priscilla Brooks, …

Lecture: Protecting the North Atlantic Right Whale

Presented by the Senior Environment Corps of Elder Services of Cape Cod & the Islands as part of its free “Winter Education & Film Series” on environmental topics of interest to volunteers and the public. Charles “Stormy” Mayo, senior scientist …

Entanglement response training in Oman hailed a success

The latest joint Center for Coastal Studies (CCS) and International Whaling Commission (IWC) entanglement training workshop has just finished in Oman, and has registered a number of significant ‘firsts’. This was the first entanglement workshop on the Arabian Sea coast, …