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Take Action: Oceans
Inspired by something you watched on Link TV or linktv.org? The issues raised in our programs are often tackled by related nonprofit groups. Explore this page to learn more about issues facing our oceans and find ways to partner up with organizations striving to make change.
Learn more from these organizations protecting the world's oceans and marine life
- Coral Reef Alliance
- Friends of Animals
- Sea Turtle Restoration Project
- Ocean Conservancy
- Planetary Coral Reef Foundation
- PATH Foundation Philippines, Inc.
- World Wildlife Fund
- Center for Whale Research
- The Cousteau Society
- Save Our Seas
- Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
- Oceans & Law of the Sea
- UN Regional Seas Program
- Friends of the Earth
- Surfrider Foundation
- Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society
- Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association
- Greenpeace International
- Environmental Protection Agency
- Natural Resources Defence Council
- Whale Adoption Project
- Universal Giving
Curious why the seafood market is so heavily populated with only four common fish?
Author Paul Greenberg breaks down the lack of sustainability in the growing domestication of salmon, sea bass, cod, and tuna in his book "Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food."
Though Horace Tapscott died in 1999, his legacy of music and focus on community burn brighter than ever because of the rising popularity of contemporary jazz artists like Kamasi Washington.
While most people are sleeping in their cozy beds, there is a whole segment of society that is awake and keeping the city moving. In the big picture, how does night work affect the economy and society as a whole?
A long history of arts and activism at The Paramount Ballroom precedes the work of the Boyle Heights Arts Conservatory. Historically, it has been a source of arts and culture in a neighborhood marked by demographic change and fight against displacement.
A historical gold boom has resulted in thousands of abandoned mines spread across the Mojave desert that have grave environmental repercussions.
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