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Seal Walk

Sign up for a seal walk! Meet us at Cupsogue Beach most Saturday and Sunday mornings through early May (see the schedule on the sign up form at the link) and learn about these winter visitors to Long Island from Prof. Artie Kopelman, Prof of Marine Biology and President of CRESLI -- The Coastal Research Society of Long Island.

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Video and Social Media as A Means of Building Public Awareness

If Long Island is to be saved, and by “saved” I mean preserved as a desirable place to live for future generations, then everybody in Nassau and Suffolk needs to understand why our drinking water and all our rivers, ponds and bays are imperiled. Lets begin with the premise that if people really understand the problems, and what is at stake, they will do the sensible thing and do what is necessary to protect and restore Long Island’s estuarine and marine environments.

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Can Long Island Be Saved, Part XIV: Video and Social Media as A Means of Building Public Awareness (HuffPo)

If Long Island is to be saved, and by “saved” I mean preserved as a desirable place to live for future generations, then everybody in Nassau and Suffolk needs to understand why our drinking water and all our rivers, ponds and bays are imperiled. Lets begin with the premise that if people really understand the problems, and what is at stake, they will do the sensible thing and do what is necessary to protect and restore Long Island’s estuarine and marine environments.

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I’m not a fan of Earth Day

With 7 billion people on this planet, increasing at 1% per year, perhaps we need to be reminded about finite resources, and unsustainable population growth and consumption. With agro-ecosystems providing the equivalent of more than 2700 Kcal per person, and with nearly 1 billion people undernourished, while obesity becomes epidemic elsewhere, perhaps we need a wake-up call. With unprecedented levels of factory farming and feedlots across the globe, loss of soil fertility and top soil, increased levels of pesticides and pharmaceuticals in groundwater, and 70% of the world’s freshwater being used by agribusiness – perhaps we need new priorities and new educational outreach.

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