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May 04, 2021

Understanding the Racial Demographics and Barriers to Accessing Recreational Ocean Spaces

Cam Ragland & Natalie Cross, Union College & Stanford University

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Spending the past few weeks staring out at miles and miles of ocean has led to a lot of thinking and contemplation.

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May 04, 2021

“Fast Plastic:” Evaluating Fast Fashion and Wastewater as a Source for Marine Microplastics…

Lucy Manlick & Emma Iverson, Mount Holyoke College & Macalester College

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“Fast Plastic:” Evaluating Fast Fashion and Wastewater as a Source for Marine Microplastics in the Rachel Carson NERR

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April 30, 2021

The Role of Ports in Decarbonization - Why Ports Need to Be Sustainable

Kira Fontana & Elena Kaminskaia, American University & Whitman College

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Last Sunday, a skyline of skyscrapers came in and out of view from the haze.

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April 29, 2021

From Production to Disposal

Elisabeth Landgren, Arielle Umansky & Lydia Shaw, Macalester, Colorado & Skidmore Colleges

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When you walk into a grocery store with your reusable bag you probably feel proud of yourself, as you should, for reducing plastic waste in landfills and in natural environments.

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April 28, 2021

Rewilding through Offshore Wind Artificial Reefs

Kayla Sklar, Isabelle Stewart & Leanna Cherrette, Northeastern University, Gettysburg College & Boston University

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Rewilding is an environmental management strategy that aims to restore degraded natural habitats.

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April 25, 2021

Protection of the High Seas

Daviana Berkowitz-Sklar & Martha Stevens, Yale University & Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

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The oceans are essential to our planet and our lives. They provide oxygen in the air we breathe, food for millions, a habitat for aquatic species, and magnificent beauty, as well as many other benefits to humankind.

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April 22, 2021

Investigating Tribal Rights & Coastal Infrastructure in the New England Area

Fiona Swope and Anna Winkler, Colorado College & University of New England

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At first glance, the terms coastal infrastructure and tribal rights seem to be unrelated.

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