DATE: April 25, 2018

TIME: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

LOCATION: The Studio

Presented by Environmental Forum of Marin

Keynote speaker: Ellie Cohen, President & CEO, Point Blue Conservation Science

$10 per person in advance; $15 at the door

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This program will address some of the threats to our oceans and solutions being implemented in California, focusing on ocean food webs, marine sanctuaries, offshore and coastal restoration projects, and other conservation measures.

Our oceans constitute the largest ecosystem on Earth and one of the planet’s essential life support systems. They hold 97% of the Earth’s water, regulate our climate, absorb heat and carbon dioxide, feed millions of people, and support the greatest abundance of life on Earth. As our planet heavily depends on healthy oceans, it is alarming to see the impacts on them of global climate change, including warming and acidification, reef destruction, multiple pollution inputs, and over-fishing. We must act to protect our oceans and safeguard the health of future generations and the Earth itself.

Keynote Speaker: Ellie Cohen, President & CEO, Point Blue Conservation Science. Following the keynote address, we will hear from other experts on local activity to conserve our ocean and coastline. Come learn about the work being done by local groups to protect the California Pacific Ocean and how you can be part of the solution.

For more information on Point Blue

Point Blue, headquartered in Petaluma, has been on the forefront of protecting nature for over 50 years and has published more than 2,000 technical reports and peer-reviewed scientific articles. The organization has been a leading research partner on the Farallones since 1968, working to preserve the largest seabird breeding colony in the contiguous United States (over 300,000 seabirds of 13 species) and spearheading nature based solutions to environmental threats.