Penguins and the Post-Pandemic Climate Curve

Flattening the COVID-19 curve is formidable, unnerving, dispiriting, taking forever — and just a harrowing prelude to the post-pandemic “climate curve” we’ll face when our lives begin anew. I know because I work at climate’s cutting edge. We’re in for another lengthy fight that’s straight uphill, but I have hope. Let me explain. The Antarctic […]

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7 Crucial Organizations that Study
and Protect the Ocean

Oceanites is honored to be included in this article about 7 Crucial Organizations That Study & Protect The Ocean. This is a great article and we hope you enjoy it. The article mentions how Oceanites utilizes “the power of science, policy, and education programs to monitor and assess penguins, the Southern Ocean ecosystem, and the […]

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Reflections on CCAMLR 2018

The 37th meeting of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources has just concluded, Oceanites once again participating as an officially invited, international expert observer. On larger matters before countries that are members of this Commission, I sadly report that none of the three proposed marine protected areas (MPAs) — East Antarctica, […]

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Do whatever you can, wherever you live, to #StandWithPenguins and #StandWithScience.

How to describe what I’m feeling today … with more than 30 seasons in Antarctica under my belt … having actually witnessed changes firsthand like glaciers receding, ice shelves that have calved off, penguin populations significantly falling (and, in one case, rising)? Climate change is real and undeniable. It is happening now. We humans north […]

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Oceanites State Of Antarctic Penguin 2017

Worldwide Media Coverage for Oceanites’ State of Antarctic Penguins 2017 Report

Oceanites released the State Of the Antarctic Penguin 2017 report on April 25th, World Penguin Day. The report was picked up all over the world by such notable media outlets as CBS, Time, PBS, USA Today, Scientific American, US News and World Report,

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Scientists have discovered vast systems of flowing water in Antarctica. And that worries them . . .

New research has found lakes, rivers and even waterfalls atop Antarctica. Source: Scientists have discovered vast systems of flowing water in Antarctica. And that worries them. – The Washington Post

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