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  • Pew’s 2018 Marine Fellows to Address Global Ocean Issues

    From using satellites to monitor mangrove forests to forecasting how fish populations will respond to changing ocean conditions and understanding how plastic waste travels on ocean currents, the 2018 Pew marine fellows will tackle pressing issues affecting ocean conservation. The geographic range of the work is equally broad, with projects planned from New England to Fiji, and Asia to Latin... Read More

  • Pew Marine Fellows, Advisers Meet With Chilean Leader

    Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and her environment minister, Marcelo Mena Carrasco, met in the nation’s capital, Santiago, in October with past recipients of The Pew Charitable Trusts’ marine fellowships and program advisers.  Read More

  • How Pew Marine Fellows Are Helping Protect Our Oceans

    Providing the scientific basis for marine protected areas, pioneering new approaches in conservation, and working with communities to ensure sustainable fisheries are just some of the ways scientists are using fellowships awarded under the Pew Fellows Program in Marine Conservation. From local to global conservation projects, these researchers take innovative approaches to protecting the marine... Read More

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