Tag Archives: Café scientifique

Ocean Conservation: “Seas” the Day!

Ocean conservation is a complex undertaking, but cooperative solutions are starting to bear fruit. Continue reading

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Ignorance is not always bliss

There are many environmental perils affecting the microorganisms at the base of the marine food chain. Is diversity of life in the ocean already doomed? Is our indifference to that potential fate, the greatest problem? Continue reading

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Crossing the Line

Do some ecological activists go too far? Is this counterproductive? Or, does it serve as a counterpoint for the less-extreme positions of “moderates”? Continue reading

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Imagine a World without Seafood

Is it possible to ethically consume seafood, without contributing to its disappearance? Continue reading

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Renewable Energy: The Debate

Can we produce all the energy we need from renewable resources? Experts and participants ask, during our Café scientifique. Continue reading

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It Isn’t Easy Being Green

As Kermit the Frog says, it’s not easy being green. And that’s what Sarah McPherson observed at our recent Café scientifique. Continue reading

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