Conservation Matters Spring 2020

The Last Cod in the Sea?

For centuries, Atlantic cod has been essential to New England’s identity. Yet today, you can rarely find locally caught cod in a grocery store or on a menu – because it has been fished to the brink of disaster. Here’s what it’s going to take to save New England’s founding fish.

Can Cod Be Saved?
Overfishing and inept management have driven cod to the brink. Now climate change looms. Atlantic cod still have a chance at survival, but it’s not going to be easy. By Megan Mayhew Bergman

Why I Give
Eric Grunebaum

Five Questions for…
Alyssa Irizarry, Senior Vice President at Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs

Progress Report
Right Whales on the Brink

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