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Boat Seaview Cape Tormentine. Image: Michel Rathwell/Flickr
Scott Neigh | Jill Graham-Scanlan talks about the Friends of the Northumberland Strait and its work to protect that body of water from pulp mill effluent.
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Organizing in small-town Nova Scotia to stop offshore drilling
Scott Neigh | Marilyn Keddy and Peter Puxley talk about the work of the Campaign to Protect Offshore Nova Scotia to defend east coast fisheries and communities from the dangers of offshore oil and gas development.
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Fish on ice. Photo: David Rogers-Worrall/Flickr
David Suzuki | With Seafood Progress, consumers can support retailers that follow best practices, and retailers can demonstrate corporate responsibility and help the seafood industry progress toward sustainability.
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David Suzuki | Protected areas are one aspect of keeping coastal ecosystems healthy. Responsible stewardship also requires effective fisheries management, strong penalties for polluters and emissions reductions.
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Photo: Derek Stein/California Department of Fish and Wildlife/flickr
David Suzuki | Why are creatures like electric rays, which prefer warmer southern California or Baja waters, turning up with greater frequency further north?
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Victoria Fenner | The family farm, community-supported agriculture and agriculture without multinationals in Honduras.
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Erica Butler | We ask Ecology Action Centre staffers about suing the federal government over GM salmon, and what we should do with recovered haddock stocks off George's Bank.
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Redeye Collective | The Conservative government plans to close seven of the 11 fisheries science libraries by 2015. Researchers says that it’s not clear how much valuable research will be lost in the process.
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Erica Butler | Robert DeVet interviews Linda Pannozzo about her book, "The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: The Scapegoating of Canada's Grey Seals" and then Erica Butler speaks with Marc Jolicoeur of Vélo Québec.
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Redeye Collective | Destruction of marine environments is taking place at a much faster rate than scientists previously thought. A third of all fish are caught illegally, including a quarter of the fish sold in the U.S.
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Christine Saulnier | A new report on the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) concludes that the agreement's benefits for Nova Scotia are being oversold, while its costs and consequences are minimized.
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Redeye Collective | The Conservative government has cut funding to scientific research institutions and programs. At the same time, it is trying to prevent the flow of information about science into the public sphere.